Parachute 'sabotage' trial told missing parts had never failed in reserve units before

Parachute 'sabotage' trial told missing parts had never failed in reserve units before
 

The vital parts missing from an Army physiotherapist's "sabotaged" parachute have never before failed in a reserve chute, the attempted murder trial of her husband has been told.
Emile Cilliers, a sergeant with the Royal Army Physical Training Corps, is on trial at Winchester Crown Court for two charges of attempting to murder his former Army officer wife, Victoria Cilliers, on Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015.
The 37-year-old is also accused of a third charge of damaging a gas valve at their home a few days earlier in the second allegation that he attempted to kill his 40-year-old... read more

 
13 October 2017 in World News, Views: 51
Source: Daily Record
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