RMP apology for family of corporal who killed herself after rape claims
The Royal Military Police has apologised to the family of a corporal who took her own life after claiming that she had been raped by two colleagues.
The RMP expressed regret that it had failed to properly investigate the allegations made by Corporal Anne-Marie Ellement.
Cpl Ellement, 30, died at Bulford Barracks in Wiltshire on October 9 2011, two years after alleging that she had been raped while stationed in Sennelager, Germany.
Two former soldiers - Thomas Fulton and Jeremy Jones, both 28 - were acquitted of rape earlier this year following a Court Martial.
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