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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher’s Attorney Wants to join the reserves and teach Navy prosecutors how he beat them | Washington Examiner

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Timothy Parlatore won an acquittal this month on nearly all charges for his client, Special Warfare Chief Edward Gallagher, after a whirlwind trial with shocking twists and turns worthy of a blockbuster movie. Now he wants to join the Navy Reserve to show Navy prosecutors what they did wrong and how they can improve going forward.

“In the end, it’s still an institution that I love and that can grow from this experience,” Parlatore told the Washington Examiner.

Source: Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher’s Attorney Wants to join the reserves and teach Navy prosecutors how he beat them | Washington Examiner

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