Reporting restrictions at courts martial: the need for a structured approach – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted January 9th, 2014 in courts martial, news, reporting restrictions by sally

‘On 15 September 2011 a patrol of Royal Marine Commandos were involved in an incident, which resulted in one of them, referred to as “Soldier A”, shooting dead an armed but seriously wounded Taliban fighter. Evidence of the shooting emerged later and five members of the patrol were eventually charged with murder. The charges against two of them were later dropped but the three remaining marines were tried for murder before the Court Martial. On 8 November 2013, Soldier A was found guilty of murder.’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 8th January 2014