The Navy tried to take away pardoned SEAL Eddie Gallagher’s trident pin, but they didn’t realize who they’re dealing with.
President Trump laid down the law and declared that “The Navy will NOT be taking away Eddie Gallagher’s trident pin.”
“The Navy will NOT be taking away Warfighter and Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher’s Trident Pin.
This case was handled very badly from the beginning. Get back to business!”
The Navy will NOT be taking away Warfighter and Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher’s Trident Pin. This case was handled very badly from the beginning. Get back to business!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 21, 2019
As if this man hasn’t gone through enough, he was targeted again:
The Navy wasn’t finished with Eddie Gallagher and decided to review his status as a SEAL and called him to appear before a review board. An “anonymous source” informed NBC News of the internal revolt against the president’s decision.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Rear Adm. Collin P. Green, commander of the Naval Special Warfare Command, would issue an order Wednesday directing that a Trident review board be convened to determine whether to withdraw the emblem from Gallagher
What they didn’t count on is that the Commander in Chief has the final say on this and he won’t put up with the poor treatment of a man whose case was handled badly from the beginning.
OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON GALLAGHER:
US Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher has been proven innocent of murdering an ISIS terrorist.
He’s been cleared of all charges and will walk out of court a free man!
Chief Eddie Gallagher found NOT guilty for pre-meditated murder charges.
Guilty on one count of wrongfully posing with a body. 4-month sentence but has already been credited with 201 days served.
He should be able to go home tonight.
FOX 5 San Diego reports:
BREAKING: Chief Eddie Gallagher found NOT guilty for pre-meditated murder charges. Guilty on one count of wrongfully posing with a body. 4 month sentence but has already been credited with 201 days served. He should be able to go home tonight @fox5sandiego
— Jeff McAdam (@JeffMcAdamTV) July 2, 2019
THE CASE TOOK A DRAMATIC TURN IN FAVOR OF GALLAGHER:
DEFENSE LAWYER REVEALS Why Millennial Navy SEALS Set Up Chief Gallagher For Murder…They Were Only There “To Say They Were SEALS”
When Corey Scott, a doctor for Navy SEAL team seven (pictured below), was called as a prosecution witness today in the case against Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher, no one could predict the stunning turn of events.
Gallagher is being charged with murdering an ISIS militant by stabbing him in the neck. He has denied it happened, and his wife, Andrea, had claimed he was being set up.
On Thursday, SEAL medic Corey Scott shockingly testified that he was the one who killed the boy and not Gallagher.
Another group of SEALs radioed Gallagher’s men to tell them they had him and other witnesses testified that the Chief said ‘leave him, he’s all mine’.
Scott claimed, in fact, that Gallagher opened the ISIS militant’s throat by cutting it to allow him to breathe because he had suffered a collapsed lung. He says he put his fingers over the opening to kill him.
Daily Mail reports that Scott, a doctor for Navy SEAL team seven, had been granted immunity for any alleged crimes of his own by the prosecution in exchange for cooperating with them.
The Daily Mail is now reporting that the defense attorney for the Navy SEAL on trial for murder and attempted murder at the Navy Base in San Diego, California has claimed his client has been set up by younger SEALs who hated his ‘old school’ ways.
Lawyer, Tim Parlatore, told a court on Friday that the group wanted to get rid of Chief Special Warfare Operator Eddie Gallagher, who is accused of murdering a wounded, teenage ISIS fighter in Mosul, Iraq in 2017 by stabbing him twice in the neck then posing with the corpse.
‘This entire case was built on a small group of people that had personal animosity towards Eddie Gallagher,’ Parlatore said.
Parlatore added that they despised Gallagher for being an ‘old school, hard-charging warrior.’
The younger millennial SEALs were just there to say they were SEALs,’ the lawyer claimed.
Parlatore had told reporters before heading into court that the story is a big lie.
‘This is not a murder; this is a mutiny,’ Parlatore charged. ‘This is a group of disgruntled young sailors that didn’t like being told that they were cowards and so they decided they conspired to take down the chief. They made up a story, and that’s why we’re here.’
On Friday, SEAL Team 7’s Dalton Tolbert testified that he fired a warning shot at an old man during their 2017 tour, and afterward, the man was hit by another shot.
He claimed he later heard a voice on the radio say ‘you guys missed him, but I got him’ and it sounded like Gallagher. But he replied to the defense that he didn’t know where the shot came from.
Regarding the stabbing of the ISIS militant, Tolbert said he arrived after the prisoner had died, but he later heard Gallagher say something to the effect of: ‘I thought you guys were cool with it.’
One of the SEALs told the court on Tuesday that he’d seen Gallagher shoot at an elderly Iraqi man and group of women as they collected water from a river.