Monday, August 3, 2015
Navy Official: Not Ruling Out Charging Service Member Who Fired On Chattanooga Shooter
Foxnews.com reports on the possibility of charges against the brave naval officer who fired back at the Chattanooga terrorist.
A Navy official told Fox News that punishing a lieutenant commander who used an unauthorized weapon to fire back at the Chattanooga gunman who shot and killed five service members could not be “completely ruled out,” and two high-profile former military officers, including presidential candidate Jim Webb, say the Navy is at least seriously considering charging the man.
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Posted by Paul Davis at 8:35 PM
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