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Fears SAS executed harmless Afghan civilians stored from a court docket case trying into alleged battle crimes

Fears SAS executed innocent Afghan civilians kept from a court case looking into alleged war crimes


FEARS that the SAS executed harmless Afghan civilians have been stored from a court docket case trying into alleged battle crimes.

A choose needs to know why proof of the unit’s alleged actions was withheld.

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Fears that rogue SAS troopers killed harmless civilians in Afghanistan have been stored from a court docket case trying into alleged battle crimes[/caption]

Emails between senior officers expressed considerations about 33 deaths throughout 11 night time raids in 2011.

In ten incidents, males have been shot and killed of their properties after surrendering however then allegedly grabbing weapons, The Sunday Instances reported.

The similarity of soldier accounts raised doubts.

In a single electronic mail, a Particular Forces commander says the “disturbing” allegations counsel “a deliberate coverage among the many unit to have interaction and kill fighting-aged males even when they didn’t pose a menace”.

An ex-SAS man insisted: “The blokes that the regiment have been going after have been nasty guys who have been killing British troopers.”


The paperwork got here to mild as a part of a case introduced by Saifullah Yar, who needs 4 household deaths investigated.

Mr Justice Swift has ordered Defence Secretary Ben Wallace to elucidate why the proof was withheld.

The Ministry of Defence stated: “This isn’t new proof and this historic case has already been independently investigated.”

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Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has been known as on to elucidate why the proof was withheld[/caption]

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