Pardoned War Criminal Confesses to War Crime

Nearly two years after being found not guilty of killing an unarmed ISIS fighter, retired Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher has made an earth-shattering admission: Neither he nor any of the other SEALs on the scene tried to save the wounded fighter’s life.

“The grain of truth in the whole thing is that that ISIS fighter was killed by us, and that nobody at that time had a problem with it,” Gallagher said during an interview for the finale of “The Line” podcast, which aired on Tuesday.

“We killed that guy,” Gallagher continued. “Our intention was to kill him. Everybody was on board.”

Remember, Eddie is a hero to a certain faux-macho demographic….

3 thoughts on “Pardoned War Criminal Confesses to War Crime

  1. Eventually he will be judged by those with good cognitive function as someone that lacked restraint.
    This is the difference between a professional military person and a lawless mercenary.

    Someone asked me and a few others what the equivalent of a whore for females in men (in social standing) was. Someone mentioned in history a mercenary was thought of to be among the lowest of regards in men.

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