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Navy SEAL acquitted of murder, but convicted of lesser charge


The decorated Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher was acquitted of killing a wounded Iraqi prisoner during his deployment in 2017 by a military jury in San Diego. However, he was found guilty of posing for a photo with a dead ISIS fighter. The jury recommended a reduction in rank, but Gallagher’s legal team believes it could be adjusted. NBC’s Steve Patterson reports.