Does Crozier have a potentially legal defence for what he did?

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Does Crozier have a potentially legal defence for what he did?

I’m aware that a soldier/sailor isn’t obliged to follow an unlawful order, but in the realm of the US Navy could he make the defence that what he did was the only way to protect the lives of his crew? Is this a legal defence or would this just be at the discretion of his superiors?

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