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How Navy Prosecutors Tried to Scapegoat a Junior Sailor for a Billion Dollar Fire


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Throwing him in prison would have reinforced the feeling among the enlisted that they exist to take the blame for the service’s problems. Seaman Recruit Ryan Mays, a junior sailor in the U.S. Navy, has been acquitted for alleged arson that destroyed an amphibious assault ship in the summer of 2020. Good for Seaman Mays and shame on the Navy’s investigators for moving forward with such a highly suspect prosecution.

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