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Defence seeks pause in Navy SEAL case while probing spying

Defence seeks pause in Navy SEAL case while probing spying
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SAN DIEGO - Attorneys for a Navy officer who supervised a SEAL accused of killing an Islamic State prisoner have demanded prosecutors stop monitoring defence lawyer emails and put the case on hold.

The filing was made on behalf of Lt. Jacob Portier, who supervised Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher at the time he allegedly fatally stabbed an injured teenage militant in 2017 in Iraq.

Gallagher’s attorneys say they will seek dismissal of the case because of the intrusion.

Defence attorneys say the prosecutor acknowledged the tracking as part of an effort to find the source of document leaks.
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