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Navy SEALs  FUND: CHIEF EDDIE GALLAGHER

ATTENTION: LEGAL DEFENSE FUND

POST OFFICE BOX 89

MASON, OHIO  45040

TWO BACKGROUND ARTICLES:

JAG HUNTER HERE:

     The U.S. military discipline system is discredited over and over again on these JAG HUNTER pages now since 2002. The NCIS in particular is notorious for the organizations investigative incompetence inflicting great harm and injury upon service members and their families.

     The NCIS charter has been always to protect the Navy-Marine Corps image at all costs. The NCIS routinely advances false allegations to maliciously attack subordinate service members so as to provide cover for higher ranking officers. Combined with an innate capacity for incompetence, bungling investigations, severe mistreatment and abuse, dishonesty, ill-gotten, forced confessions placing interviewees under extreme duress, orginazational criminal complicity, refusal to cooperate with other law enforcement agencies, seriously flawed interviews and wildly false allegations, the NCIS suffers a very dark history.

     Combine the additional support Navy JAG affords, crippled by the same infirmities as the NCIS, and you hold the answer to this question: What could possibly go wrong in the prosecution of Navy SEAL, Chief Petty Officer Eddie Gallagher?

     Now as it relates to family members: Fergettaboutit!

     The Navy-Marine Corps image must be transcendent and protected at all costs. Collateral damage visited upon subordinates and their families is never to be taken into account.

     Gregory L. Vistica’s book, Fall From Glory: The Men Who Sank The U.S. Navy reinforces these observations.

     In 1987 the “NIS – Naval Investigative Service” botched its investigation looking at Moscow Embassy Marine guards. In 1989 the “NIS” completely screwed up the investigation about the turret 2 explosion aboard USS IOWA and then bungled sexual assault investigations out of the Orlando, FL Naval Training Center.

     In 1991 it was the “Tailhook” scandal whereupon the “NIS” went to general quarters to protect the Navy-Marine Corps image and the careers of many senior uniformed and civilian Navy Department officials. A boat load of flag officers (admirals and generals) and the Navy Secretary as well.

     The reputation of the “NIS” had sunk so low after the Tailhook scandal that the “NIS” was forced to completely restructure changing its name to the Naval Criminal Investigative Service or NCIS.

     More recently there is the case of the Camp Pendleton Eight, in particular the case of Sergeant of Marines Lawrence Gordon Hutchins, III.

     Incidentally, abuses such as those now suffered by Chief Gallagher are not unique to the Navy Department. There are uncounted outrages found throughout the workings of the Defense Department’s military discipline system.

     Dr. Terrence Lakin’s (Army colonel) and Lieutenant Clint Lorance’s courts-martial immediately come to mind.

Here endth the lesson!