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  The family of Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher is looking to President Trumpafter the Navy upheld a sentence in October thatincludesa reduction in rank and partial pay for the decorated war hero who was found not guilty of murdering a terrorist prisoner in Iraq, but who was convicted on a lesser charge this summer.

  Gallagher, a 15-year SEAL,was found not guilty of murdering an Islamic State (ISIS) fighter in 2017. However, he was convicted of posing with the deadprisoners corpse. The Navy reduced his rank from chief petty officer to 1st class petty officer, which could costGallagher nearly 0,000 in retirement funds, according to his family.

  President Trump is expected to meet with ArmySecretary Ryan McCarthy to discuss Gallaghers case, as well as the cases of two other formermilitaryservice members, and takeimminent action, Fox NewsPete Hegsethannounced Monday on Fox Friends. Hegseth said he spoke to the president over the weekend and added Trumpis expected to make anannouncementbeforeVeterans Dayon Nov. 11.

  Restoring Eddies rank is a sign of true leadership and shows how much the president cares about the men and women fighting on the ground -- and how wrong the bureaucratic brass of the Navy has been throughout this entire farce of a case, the Gallagher family said in a statement to Fox News on Tuesday.This is why our war fighters love this president.


  The Gallaghers said they are depending on the president toundo what they call the tremendous amount of injustice inflicted on their family by theNavy, the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) system, Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), the Navy Judge Advocate Generals (JAGs) Corpsand Gallaghers command at Naval Special Warfare (NSW).

  Letting Eddie retire as chief [petty officer] grants our family the dignity it is owed after two decades of fighting on the front lines of the War on Terror, they said. Eddie has sacrificed so much, and we are so grateful the president recognizes this sacrifice and [could grant] Eddie the ability to retire in peace.

  Gallaghers defense attorney Tim Parlatore on Mondayreleased a letter to NSW Commander Rear Adm. Collin Green, calling out what he says is a conspiracy to retaliate against Gallagher by taking away his SEAL trident, the iconic insignia that recognizes those who have completed the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training.

  There is no legitimate, lawful purpose in taking further action against Eddie Gallagher, who was convicted only of posing in a photograph with a deceased terrorist, given the significant punishment he has already suffered, Parlatore said in the letter.


  Parlatore told Fox News on Tuesday that the fight for Gallaghers freedom, rank, retirement andtrident has been intense.

  We truly appreciate the presidents strength, leadership and judgment to exercise his authority as commander in chief and end this injustice, he said.

  Hegseth said Monday that Trump is also considering the cases of Army Green Beret Maj. Matt Golsteyn, who is charged with premeditated murder in the 2010 death of a suspected Taliban bomb maker in Afghanistan;andofArmy 1st Lt. Clint Lorance, who is serving a 20-year sentence for ordering his soldiers to shoot two suspected Taliban scouts in Afghanistan in 2012.

  Trump has a lot of latitude to dismiss a case or commute a sentence, Hegseth said.


  Gallaghers case had caught the attention of Trump, who in March ordered that the SEAL be moved out of Naval Consolidated Brig Miramar in San Diego and placedinless restrictive pre-trial confinement ahead of his day in court.

  Trump tweeted his congratulations to the Gallagher family following his not guilty verdict in July.

  Congratulations to Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher, his wonderful wife Andrea, and his entire family, the president wrote. You have been through much together. Glad I could help!










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