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BREAKING NEWS: Royal Marine is convicted of murder of Taliban insurgent who was shot in the chest at close range - but two comrades are CLEARED

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BREAKING NEWS: Royal Marine is convicted of murder of Taliban insurgent who was shot in the chest at close range - but two comrades are CLEAREDThe alleged execution was captured on a camera mounted on the helmet of one of the commandos charged with murder in Helmand Province in September 2011.
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Published: on November 10, 2013

News video: 'No Clemency Bid' For Killer Marine

'No Clemency Bid' For Killer Marine

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has Sky's Murnaghan programme that no-one deployed in Afghanistan has called for clemency for a Royal Marine convicted of murdering an injured Afghan insurgent.

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