Donald trump has supported the veteran, who is accused of murder

Officer Navy SEAL Edward R. Gallagher, a pending court case about the murder, on Saturday received support from U.S. President Donald trump.

Edward Gallagher, who in January 2019 pleaded not guilty to war crimes allegedly committed during his service in Iraq, was mentioned in one of the tweets of Donald trump. On Saturday, March 30, the President trump wrote that Gallagher will soon be transferred to less restrictive conditions of detention until the next hearing in a military Tribunal. «The process must move quickly,» added trump.

In honor of his past service to our Country, Navy Seal #EddieGallagher will soon be moved to less restrictive confinement while he awaits his day in court. Process should move quickly! @foxandfriends @RepRalphNorman

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 30, 2019

Member of the U.S. house of representatives (United States House of Representatives), Republican Ralph Norman said on Friday he was on the phone with trump regarding the fate Gallagher. In a series of his tweets Norman thanked the President and his counterparts from the Congress, which was supported by officer of the U.S. Navy.

President @realDonaldTrump,

On behalf of #EddieGallagher»s family and 41 of my colleagues in Congress who stood beside them…

Thank you.

— Rep. Ralph Norman (@RepRalphNorman) March 30, 2019

Norman also listed all the regalia Gallagher, taken from the report of the SEAL. «Eddie Gallagher two — time winner of the Bronze star and served for our nation 8 contracts in conditions that most of us cannot understand,» wrote Norman in a single tweet. Another stressed that from the beginning, believes that the legal proceedings are over Gallagher will be fair and impartial. Until then, until proven guilty, he believes «to be appropriate to him [Gallagher] were treated like a soldier who received awards and who apply the presumption of innocence».

The first hearing on the case of Gallagher, was held in November 2018 at the naval base in San Diego. Military prosecutors accused him of premeditated murder of a wounded 15-year-old militant of ISIS and wounding several Iraqis. All accused him of the crime a veteran of the Navy SEAL made during his service there in may 2017.