Comment by Jim Campbell
November, 15th, 2019
God Bless President Trump who was willing to study the warrior’s actions and completely pardon these warriors.
Special Operations Chief Edward “Eddie” Gallagher, a highly decorated Navy SEAL was fighting murder charges tied to the death of an Islamic State operative in Iraq.
President Donald Trump has pardoned three armed service members Friday accused of war crimes: L-R: Eddie Gallagher,, Clint Lorance, and Mathew Golsteyn.
He says he’s innocent and will battle authorities to clear his name.
President Trump granted him a full pardon.
We have known for months now if you have been interested in this issue that the president granted a full pardon of Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher.
It is patently absurd to training U.S. Navy SEAL to use all manner of thinking and killings skills and expect them not to do so.
Fortunately, Corey was able to get his life together by starting a company with a partner to help other members of the armed forces do the same.
His lawyer Pellitory was able to get him released after serving ten years of his service, so it’s likely his defense attorney and Corey both considered the reduction in time a major win.
Clagett, (l.), and Donohue, (r.), are working to help other US servicemembers they believe got unfair treatment in the military justice system. (Courtesy: United American Patriots)
Here are examples of articles I wrote for Correy that were originally published in the now-dead National Examiner.
Tim Pellitory is a big-time Criminal Attorney specializing in Military Law his offices are in New York and confided in me during my attempt to get Corey Claggett out of the Military Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Knox, KY.
Jag officers, just put on their uniforms caring little of the circumstances and are only interested in winning so that they can chalk one up in the win file, which of course helps with the advancement, pay and perks.
Remember Sr. Lindsey Graham was a Jag officer and Correy Clagett’s U.S. Senator and he refused to intervene.
As a full Bird Colonel Lindsey Graham Retired from being a reserve Jag Officers, the ribbons on his uniform are campaign ribbons meaning he was in the reserves when said battle operations happened.
He has never seen hostile gunfire, perhaps if they did, they could look differently at their caseload.
But JAG officers are professionals.
So are physicians and surgeons and they are in the middle of things, think of things in MASH units where ever wars are being fought.