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Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Eddie Gallagher now says SEALs intended to kill unarmed fighter and ‘nobody had a problem with it’ | Task & Purpose

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Nearly two years after being acquitted of murdering an unarmed ISIS fighter, Eddie Gallagher has admitted that none of them had attempted to save the wounded and unarmed fighter’s. Instead, according to him, they intended to kill the fighter and that nobody at that time had a problem with it. Gallagher was convicted of stabbing the ISIS fighter to death in July 2019, despite his persistent denial of the charge.

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