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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, June 21, 2021

Navy SEAL is crowdsourcing for others who have taken trophy photos with enemy corpses, for last legal argument | Digital Trends

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The Navy SEAL who raised nearly $750,000 from a community of supporters to successfully fight war crimes charges in a San Diego court-martial is again asking for the public’s help for one more round with the Navy.

Chief Eddie Gallagher, through an attorney, is asking the public to help him convince a Navy admiral to reduce his jury-imposed punishment for posing with the body of a dead Islamic State fighter in 2017.

Specifically, he’s looking for other service members who have received punishment for taking photos with dead enemy combatants — and received a lesser sentence.

Source: Navy SEAL is crowdsourcing for others who have taken trophy photos with enemy corpses, for last legal argument | Digital Trends

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