Retired doctor caught with three sub-machine guns at home

Retired doctor caught with three sub-machine guns at home
 

A retired doctor caught with a haul of firearms allegedly searched for "how to kill someone" on his laptop before a police raid, a court has heard.
Martin Watt, 62, has gone on trial accused of possessing firearms with intent to endanger life.
The former consultant at Monklands Hospital in Airdrie denies the charge.
He has, however, pleaded guilty to possessing firearms including three Skorpion sub-machine guns, two Valtro self-loading pistols and a silencer.
Mr Watt, from Cumbernauld, also admitted possessing more than 1,500 live bulleted cartridges at his home.
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6 March 2018 in Regional, Views: 116
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