Royal Military Police apologise for ‘failing to properly investigate’ rape allegations of corporal who killed herself
The family of a corporal who took her own life after claiming that she had been raped by two colleagues have ‘finally’ received an apology from officials who admit that they ‘failed to properly investigate the allegations’.
Anne-Marie Ellement from Bournemouth hanged herself two years after alleging that she had been raped while stationed in Germany in 2009.
Muslim convert is jailed for hiring hitman to blast mosque rival with sub-machine gun A coroner said she had felt betrayed over the lack of action following her complaint.
However it wasn’t until six years after the incident that the... read more
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