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Old 25-03-2018, 02:20 PM   #137
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Published: By Gemma Mullin for MailOnline 18:37, 21 October 2015 - A former SAS veteran who was Margaret Thatcher's bodyguard died from an overdose of insulin because he needed glasses, an inquest heard..Duncan Campbell, 68, who served in Bosnia and Vietnam, was found collapsed in his home in Radford, Nottingham, and taken to intensive care in a coma, but died 10 days later..An inquest heard diabetic Mr Campbell, who survived war zones wile serving in the Special Forces, had been due to have an eye test but could not attend his appointment due to an eye infection..With his sight impaired, he injected too much insulin using his diabetic pen, which caused a severe hypoglycaemic episode, the court heard..He was rushed to Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre on July 17 but passed away on July 27..Recording a a verdict of 'drug-related death Coroner 'Mairin Casey at Nottingham Coroners Court said: 'That is not implying anything other than an accidental overdose..Sir Ranulph Fiennes turns Mike Kealy in his book The Feather Men..Kealy is murdered by a group of contract killers called The Clinic in revenge for his role in Oman that had resulted in the killing of a sheik's son..

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The ABC Trial was a trial of charges under sections 1 and 2 of the Official Secrets Act 1911 trial in UK..It took place in 1978 and is named after the 3 defendants: Crispin Aubrey, John Berry and Duncan Campbell..Aubrey was a journalist for Time Out, John Berry was a former corporal in signals intelligence (SIGINT), and Duncan Campbell was an investigative journalist..One of the prosecution witnesses was an anonymous SIGINT officer, referred to as Colonel B + 18 September 1978: Trial stopped after jury foreman was exposed as a former SAS officer - Mairin is a character appearing in Pokémon the Series: XYZ and the Mega Evolution Specials..A schoolteacher, Quill qualified as a primary school teacher from Mary Immaculate College, Limerick..She was educated at various schools in Dublin..From that moment on, Máirín Lynch became a highly recognised and respected member in the public eye of Old and Middle Irish and Celtic Philology has worked with RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta..

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After the inquest, Mr Carnie added: 'He had the wrong specs and needed an eye test..But he had an eye infection and could not do it..He used a diabetic pen for the insulin and checked his blood..He was obviously of a military background - he had that tough, purposeful briskness in his manner and was very efficient..But at the same time he was a very ordinary and modest person - a gentleman..Clarinetist Mr Carnie was busking in a Belgian bar when he met Mr Campbell, who was himself a noted musician in the city of Ghent, 28 years ago..He said Mr Campbell told him of his SAS days and of being Margaret Thatcher's personal bodyguard for six months as well as Princess Diana for a brief period..After his friend's death Mr Carnie gathered medals, photographs and mementoes, including a belt with the SAS motto Who Dares Wins from his flat..He found that Mr Campbell was born Sunday in Bournemouth on July 22, 1947, to Bruce and Doris, who herself was a concert pianist and once in the Russian military..Rather than succumbing to the extreme weather conditions while on an endurance march, as actually happened, Mike dies after going into diabetic shock following him being injected with insulin by The Clinic..

Duncan receiving the Pingat Jasa Malaysia Medal in 2006, but died 10 days later..

He grew up in Scotland's Western Isles and joined the Royal Green Jackets..In the 1960s, Mr Campbell served in Malaya, Burma and Borneo where he earned 2 medals, before being posted to Vietnam for one-and-a-half years..Serving with D Squadron SAS, Mr Campbell was posted to Bosnia in the 1990s on covert operations for the UN where he was taken as a POW..When he returned to the UK, Mr Campbell moved to Nottingham and performed as a guitarist singer under the name Bruce Christie..Neighbour and friend Mark Greenwood, 46, who visited him daily in hospital in his last days, said: 'I went round many times and Duncan played the guitar a couple of times, things like Bye Bye Blues and Summertime..He was a very good singer and a very good neighbour..Another friend Bob Wade, 66, said: We had both been in the forces and you could tell with him..I knew him for about 8 years and we both shared an X-forces sense of humour..He told me he was in Special Forces but he didn't talk a lot about his career..He was a good bloke + The National Flag of India was adopted during a meeting of the Constituent Assembly held on 22 July 1947, and it became the official flag of the Dominion of India on 15 August ... realize that's probably the nicest thing anyone's said to me in my whole life..I guess it gave me a strong sense of my heritage over there that has been marked with an X...

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