Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher to plead not guilty to murder of ISIS teen
January 4, 2019 | Brainwave Science
Edward Gallagher was a decorated Navy SEAL is currently facing charges of premeditated murder and numerous other offenses in connection with the fatal stabbing of a teenage Islamic State prisoner under his care in Iraq in 2017, along with the shooting of unarmed Iraqi civilians.
Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher plans to plead not guilty to all the charges at Naval Base San Diego. According to military prosecutors while serving in Mosul, Iraq, in 2017, he snapped. Prosecutors say the Navy SEAL fired indiscriminately into Iraqi crowds. They say he shot an elderly man carting a water jug in Mosul, as well as a girl walking along a riverbank there, the AP reported. They also say Gallagher stabbed an injured teenage Islamic State prisoner to death while another U.S. medic was working to save his life.
This is a unique case and it stands out primarily because of the seriousness of the allegations against an elite special warfare operator and the fact that the prosecution’s case includes the accounts of fellow Navy SEALs, an extremely tight-knit group even by military standards. Gallagher’s lawyer claims that his client is being falsely accused by disgruntled SEALs who wanted to get rid of the demanding platoon leader.
To serve a nation on the front lines and to be a Navy SEAL is a truly patriotic action that brave men and women do. It deserves to be respected and service families in any nation deserve the utmost respect for the great personal sacrifices they make. Working in extremely stressful condition can sometimes alter behavior and affects brain health in military personnel. There is a general perception that unlawful command influence abounds in the military currently. Over the last ten years, allegations of serious criminal conduct have swirled around the Navy’s SEAL Teams — especially around DEVGRU (The United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG), commonly known as DEVGRU) — which is a function of the kinds of operations they are so often involved in. Cases related to Navy SEALs face an additional challenge due to the classified nature of part of the work to be accomplished by them. Working in minimal oversight and in remote locations within the command only — outsiders can’t even question is an obstacle for investigation agencies to arrive at the truth in a specific situation.
What is the truth in the case of former decorated Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher’s case? Is he really an out of control SEAL as accused or is he being falsely accused by disgruntled SEALs who wanted to get rid of a demanding platoon leader?
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