SAS soldier 'investigated for Iraq War mercy killing'

SAS soldier 'investigated for Iraq War mercy killing'
 

A former SAS sergeant has said he is being investigated for murder after admitting he shot dead enemy fighters in what he called a "mercy killing".
Colin Maclachlan, 42, from Edinburgh, wrote about how he had killed "two or three" mortally wounded enemy soldiers in Iraq in 2003 in a new book.
Killing mortally wounded soldiers is against British military law and the Geneva Convention.
The MoD would not comment on the reported military police inquiry.
'Pleading' Sgt Maclachlan said the killings took place on the Syrian border in March 2003, where an SAS squad fired rockets... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 56
Source: BBC
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