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USAcquitted Navy SEAL sues ex-lawyers, legal nonprofit

05:20  15 september  2019
05:20  15 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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SAN DIEGO (AP) — A Navy SEAL acquitted in a war crimes trial has sued two of his former attorneys and a military legal defense nonprofit.

Acquitted Navy SEAL sues ex-lawyers, legal nonprofit© Provided by The Associated Press FILE - In this Tuesday, July 2, 2019, file photo, Navy Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher leaves a military court on Naval Base San Diego in San Diego Navy Special Operations Chief Edward Gallaghe has sued two of his former attorneys and a military legal defense nonprofit. The San Diego Union-Tribune says the lawsuit filed Friday, Sept. 13, 2019, in Texas by Petty Officer 1st Class Edward Gallagher claims his case was not defended properly. The filing says attorneys Colby Vokey and Phillip Stackhouse, along with United American Patriots, attempted to delay the case in an effort to maximize fundraising for the nonprofit. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File)

The San Diego Union-Tribune says the lawsuit filed Friday in Texas by Petty Officer 1st Class Edward Gallagher claims his case was not defended properly. The filing says attorneys Colby Vokey and Phillip Stackhouse, along with United American Patriots, attempted to delay the case in an effort to maximize fundraising for the nonprofit.

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A Navy SEAL acquitted in a war crimes trial has sued two of his former attorneys and a military legal defense nonprofit . The filing says attorneys Colby Vokey and Phillip Stackhouse, along with United American Patriots, attempted to delay the case in an effort to maximize fundraising for the nonprofit .

SAN DIEGO - A Navy SEAL acquitted in a war crimes trial has sued two of his former attorneys and a military legal defencenon- profit . The San Diego Union-Tribune says the lawsuit filed Friday in Texas by Petty Officer 1st Class Edward Gallagher claims his case was not defended properly.

Acquitted Navy SEAL sues ex-lawyers, legal nonprofit© Provided by The Associated Press FILE - In this Oct. 6, 2006, file photo, Marine Corps Lt. Col. Colby Vokey listens to a question about the allegations of abuse at Guantanamo Bay during an interview with the Associated Press at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, Calif. Vokey, who is the Marine Corps' defense coordinator for the western United States, has called for an investigation, saying the abuse alleged in the affidavit "is offensive and violates United States and international law." The San Diego Union-Tribune says the lawsuit filed Friday, Sept. 13, 2019, in Texas by Petty Officer 1st Class Edward Gallagher claims his case was not defended properly. The filing says attorneys Colby Vokey and Phillip Stackhouse, along with United American Patriots, attempted to delay the case in an effort to maximize fundraising for the nonprofit. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy, File)

Stackhouse said he has not yet read the complaint. David Gurfein, CEO of United American Patriots, said he hasn't read it either. A lawyer for Vokey did not address the complaint in an email to the newspaper Saturday.

A military jury in July cleared Gallagher of murder. He was convicted of a single charge of posing for photos with a 17-year-old militant's corpse.

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Information from: The San Diego Union-Tribune, http://www.utsandiego.com

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