Chief Eddie Gallagher Found Not Guilty Of Killing ISIS Detainee
SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher NOT GUILTY on all major counts
A jury began deliberations Monday afternoon in the murder trial of Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, who is accused of stabbing a prisoner to death in Iraq.
The jury of seven service members, all men, will resume deliberations Tuesday morning.
Navy prosecutors said the chief petty officer not only killed the young ISIS fighter in Mosul in 2017, but also posed for photos next to his corpse, shot at noncombatants and intimidated other SEALs who might report him.
Gallagher's defense portrayed him as an "old-school, hard-charging warrior" who was targeted by younger "millennial" comrades who harbored "personal animosity" toward him.
The 40-year-old special warfare operator chief faces life in prison if convicted of murder at his court martial at Naval Base San Diego.
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