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Old 30-12-2010, 08:19 PM   #1
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Question Trainee deaths at Deepcut

Trainee deaths at Deepcut

The deaths of four trainees at Deepcut, between 1995 and 2002, are the attention of significant media interest, with investigations by Surrey Police indicating suicide being rejected by families who have called for a public inquiry into the circumstances. Criticism had also been directed at the army investigations of the deaths with concerns over record keeping, maintenance of evidence and forensic material and transparency.

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The four deaths were:[1]

* On June 9, 1995, Private Sean Benton, of Hastings, East Sussex, died with five bullet wounds to his chest.?

* On 27 November 1995, Private Cheryl James, of Froncysllte, Llangollen was found dead with a single bullet wound to her head at the headquarters of the Royal Logistic Corps in woods not far from her abandoned guard post.

* On 17 September 2001, Private Geoff Gray, from Hackney, East London, was found with two gunshot wounds to his head? having left colleagues to undertake a lone prowler patrol in contravention of normal policy

* On 23 March 2002, Private James Collinson, from Perth, was found dead with a single gunshot wound while on guard duty at the barracks.

Investigations

First investigations of each death were undertaken by Surrey Police and the Royal Military Police, as each was an independent incident. A later review by Surrey Police treated the four deaths as potentially related, but sustained a judgement of suicide, a further investigation by Surrey Police identified a number of failures of the Army's duty of care at the barracks, leaving the opportunity and motive for suicide available.

Finally a review by Nicholas Blake QC published in March 2006[1] following a two year investigation suggested the deaths were self-inflicted but criticised a number of aspects of training at Deepcut which could have contributed to the deaths. Blake is a member of Matrix Chambers, a leading human rights legal practice in the UK.

Points identified by the report were:

* The training environment at Deepcut, causing low morale through poor accommodation, limited recreational facilities, and the balance between privacy and dormitory life.

* Unsupervised access to weapons.
* Supervision of trainees.
* Discipline, bullying and informal sanctions.
* Ventilation of grievances.
* Poor instructors.

A report by the Army Board of Inquiry was due to be published in December 2007, but was delayed by the Ministry of Defence until, being published in May 2009. The inquiry supported Blake's findings and returned open verdicts.

Articles critical of the investigations by journalists Brian Cathcart and Heather Mills have been published in Private Eye. The publication has been consistently critical of these judgements and continues to support the families appeals for further investigations. These criticisms identify the initial forensic investigations as a weakness, undermining the later judgements. Cathcart has also been critical of the treatment of the four cases in the media.

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The deaths were used as the basis for a play, Deep Cut, premiered at the Edinburgh Festival followed by a short run at the Tricycle Theatre in London

Four mysterious deaths but NO smoking gun?

One of Cheryl's friends said the 18-year-old recruit had been forced to have sex with a corporal at the barracks

ballistics tests suggesting that only one was fired from close range and the others from a distance

Five shots had been fired and the other THREE bullets have not been found

hearing from witnesses that during a search after the shots were fired a figure was seen running away

The Collinsons insist their son was murdered and there has been a cover-up.

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MoD to sell off barracks where army recruits died

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princes...racks,_Deepcut...http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...-Barracks.html

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then turned gun on himself' ? Thursday, 22 August 2002

A British soldier killed on peacekeeping duty in Afghan-istan was shot by a colleague who then turned the gun on himself after a row during a barbecue, claim his family.

The family of a British soldier killed on peace-keeping duty in Afghanistan says he was shot by a colleague who then turned the gun on himself after a row at a barbecue.

Sergeant Robert Busuttil, 30, who suffered wounds to the stomach and back, and Corporal John Gregory, also 30, died early on Saturday at a supply base beside Kabul airport. The Ministry of Defence declined to give any details beyond saying the men died in "non-hostile" circumstances that did not involve enemy forces.

But yesterday relatives of Sgt Busuttil, from Swansea, south Wales, said they had been contacted by a British officer serving in Afghanistan who told them the killing was an apparent revenge attack?

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The two soldiers, both of the Royal Logistics Corps, were part of a contingent of 400 British Army personnel in the 5,000-strong International Security Assistance Force. The Ministry of Defence declined to comment on the claims.

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Yup, weird shit happens but what is your point? I went to school with a guy who apparently shot himself on duty in Germany.
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Yup, weird shit happens but what is your point? I went to school with a guy who apparently shot himself on duty in Germany.
Whats your point ?think you can shoot yourself 5 times?
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Whats your point ?think you can shoot yourself 5 times?
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Whats your point ?think you can shoot yourself 5 times?
Not easily, I think the army tried to claim the weapon was fired on full-auto, but when the weapon was found I think the report said it was on semi-auto instead.....
How you'd control all 5 shots on full-auto into your own chest is beyond me.
I should now I fired the L85A1 when I served in the army, it's not that easy to control on full auto, even if it's only 5.56mm.
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Not easily, I think the army tried to claim the weapon was fired on full-auto, but when the weapon was found I think the report said it was on semi-auto instead.....
How you'd control all 5 shots on full-auto into your own chest is beyond me.
I should now I fired the L85A1 when I served in the army, it's not that easy to control on full auto, even if it's only 5.56mm.
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Five shots had been fired and the other THREE bullets have not been found

hearing from witnesses that during a search after the shots were fired a figure was seen running away.

B20

"Shaun Clarke" presents a strikingly similar story to that told in the accounts of McNab and Ryan

the patrol being split into 3 and 5; the group of 3 splitting up after one dies of hypothermia?

the remaining two of that group splitting up after one decides to follow a goat-herder?

The source of Harbinson's pseudonym "Shaun Clarke" apparent knowledge of detailed information relating to the real Bravo Two Zero patrol is unknown?


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Five British soldiers killed in Afghanistan in single attack by Taliban?

The soldiers, who had removed their body armour and helmets, were shot by an Afghan national policeman who then fled.

"The incident happened at a checkpoint and he fired before anyone could respond ?

Checkpoint?
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Revealed: IRA bombs killed eight British soldiers in Iraq

Eight British soldiers killed during ambushes in Iraq were the victims of a highly sophisticated bomb first used by the IRA,

According to security sources, the technology for the bombs used in the attacks, which were developed using technology from photographic flash units, was employed by the IRA some 15 years ago after Irish terrorists were given advice by British agents.

He revealed that one trigger used in a recent Iraqi bombing was a three-way device, combining a command wire, a radio signal and an infra-red beam - a technique perfected by the IRA.


Lord Mountbatten was assassinated by the Provisional IRA whilst sailing in Shadow V in Donegal Bay.

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4th February 2011

A British soldier has died in an "operational accident" in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence said.

The soldier, from 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment, was serving in the Nad-e Ali district of Helmand at the time of the incident.

Next of kin have been informed.

The MoD said the accident was being investigated.

Lieutenant Colonel David Eastman, spokesman for Task Force Helmand, said: "It is my sad duty to report the loss of a soldier from 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment this morning.

"The soldier was operating in the Nad-e Ali District of central Helmand Province when he died as a result of an operational accident, which is currently under investigation.

"He has forfeited his life for the greater good, bringing hope to a people struggling to live their daily lives in peace - his place in our thoughts is assured.

"Our heartfelt condolences are with his family and friends at this time of great loss."

A total of 351 UK military personnel have now died since operations in Afghanistan began in 2001.

The latest death brings the number of troops who have died as a result of accidents, illness, non-combat injuries or who have not yet officially been assigned a cause of death to 42.

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Five British soldiers killed in Afghanistan in single attack by Taliban?

The soldiers, who had removed their body armour and helmets, were shot by an Afghan national policeman who then fled.

"The incident happened at a checkpoint and he fired before anyone could respond ?

Checkpoint?
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Revealed: IRA bombs killed eight British soldiers in Iraq

Eight British soldiers killed during ambushes in Iraq were the victims of a highly sophisticated bomb first used by the IRA,

According to security sources, the technology for the bombs used in the attacks, which were developed using technology from photographic flash units, was employed by the IRA some 15 years ago after Irish terrorists were given advice by British agents.

He revealed that one trigger used in a recent Iraqi bombing was a three-way device, combining a command wire, a radio signal and an infra-red beam - a technique perfected by the IRA.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQDvyBN9Nm4

Lord Mountbatten was assassinated by the Provisional IRA whilst sailing in Shadow V in Donegal Bay.

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5 February 2011 Last updated at 20:21 GMT

A British soldier has been killed in southern Afghanistan in a roadside bomb blast, the Ministry of Defence said.

The soldier was from 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment. His next of kin have been informed.

Lt Col David Eastman said: "He was part of ongoing operations to secure an area in the north of Nad-e Ali when he was hit by an IED."

On Friday a soldier from 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment was killed in an "operational accident".

A total of 352 UK military personnel have now died since operations in Afghanistan began in 2001.

Neither of the two latest casualties have been named yet.

Speaking about the soldier from 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, Lt Col Eastman said: "We salute his bravery and our thoughts are very much with his family and friends at this sad time.

"He was at the forefront of the fight to bring peace and stability to Afghanistan, putting his life on the line to secure our nation."

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One of the nicknames for the RMP is the "Monkey Hangers". While the exact origins of the nickname (now shortened to "Monkey") are not known, one possible origin comes from the time of the Napoleonic Wars, when a merchant ship docked at Hartlepool; on board the ship was a small monkey dressed in a sailor's costume. The local people saw the monkey and were convinced that it was a French spy. Accordingly, they demanded its demise. The local Provost Marshal hanged the monkey to avoid a riot taking place.


RMP Para Provost DZ Flash (16 Air Assault Brigade)
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All personnel shown below were from 156 Provost Company RMP (16 Air Assault Brigade). This incident represented the largest loss of life, on a single day, in RMP history.

British operations in Iraq, including the 2003 invasion, were carried out under the name Operation Telic, which claimed the lives of several members of the RMP.

24 June 2003, Al Majar Al Kabir, Iraq:

Sergeant Simon Hamilton-Jewell
Corporal Russell Aston
Corporal Paul Long
Corporal Simon Miller
Lance Corporal Benjamin Hyde
Lance Corporal Thomas Keys

23 August 2003, Basra, Iraq

Major Matthew Titchener, 150 Provost Company
Company Sergeant Major Colin Wall, 150 Provost Company
Corporal Dewi Pritchard, 116 Provost Company (V)
31 October 2004, Basra, Iraq
Staff Sergeant Denise Rose, SIB
15 October 2005, Waterloo Lines, Basra, Iraq
Captain Ken Masters, Officer Commanding 61 Section SIB[7]
8 July 2007, Basra City, Iraq
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Stars Colin Firth as Lieutenant ROBERT Lawrence MC, who lost 43% of his brain and was paralysed as a result of his injuries.

Tumbledown (2/12)

Made-for-TV film about the Battle of Mount Tumbledown, one of the final battles of the Falklands War. It was fought between 2nd Batallion the Scots Guards and the Fifth Regiment of Marines. RIM5 were easily the best trained and best equipped of Argentine troops in the Falklands War, and the result was a fierce battle. This film depicts some of the fighting, and the aftermath of being injured in battle.

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A mercenary is a person who takes part in an armed conflict, who is not a national or a party to the conflict, and is "motivated to take part in the hostilities essentially by the desire for private gain.

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There is a blur in the distinction between a "mercenary" and a "foreign volunteer", when the primary motive of a soldier in a foreign army is uncertain. For instance, the French Foreign Legion and the Gurkhas of the British and Indian armies are not mercenaries under the laws of war, since although they may meet many of the requirements of Article 47 of the 1949 Additional Protocol I, they are exempt under clauses 47(a)(c)(d)(e)&(f); some journalists describe them as mercenaries regardless.


WAYNE Edwards from Cefn Mawr near Wrexham joined the Royal Welsh when he was 18. The lance corporal was shot in the head and killed eight years later aged 26.

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"He was killed by a sniper, he was escorting an ambulance with three ladies in, two were pregnant and the sniper had him through the slit of the tank and hit him in the head," she recalled.

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Art 47. Mercenaries

1. A mercenary shall not have the right to be a combatant or a prisoner of war.
2. A mercenary is any person who:

(a) is especially recruited locally or abroad in order to fight in an armed conflict;
(b) does, in fact, take a direct part in the hostilities;
(c) is motivated to take part in the hostilities essentially by the desire for private gain and, in fact, is promised, by or on behalf of a Party to the conflict, material compensation substantially in excess of that promised or paid to combatants of similar ranks and functions in the armed forces of that Party;
(d) is neither a national of a Party to the conflict nor a resident of territory controlled by a Party to the conflict;
(e) is not a member of the armed forces of a Party to the conflict; and
(f) has not been sent by a State which is not a Party to the conflict on official duty as a member of its armed forces.

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In another version, the helmet belonged to a dead German mercenary whose helmet with the ostrich feathers and the motto "Ich dien" was claimed by Edward as a trophy


Another Version

Royal Welch Fusiliers.
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As with the Royal Regiment of Wales, the regiment has traditionally had a goat mascot.

In the late afternoon of January 24, the patrol was stumbled upon by a herd of sheep and a young shepherd?

At about midday on January 26, Ryan and MacGown were stumbled upon by an ‘old’ (according to MacGown) goatherd tending a flock of goats?
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The Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut, commonly referred to as Deepcut Barracks, is the headquarters of the Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) of the British Army and the Defence School of Logistics. Located near Camberley, Surrey, England, it was the headquarters of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps until the formation of the RLC in 1993. At that time, it was known as Blackdown Barracks..Triple X syndrome is a form of chromosomal variation characterized by the presence of an extra X chromosome in each cell of a human female..In honeybees the drones (males) are entirely derived from the queen, their mother.. The diploid queen has 32 chromosomes and the haploid drones have 16 chromosomes...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWOSyW-lS2g


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1560 - The great age of piracy in the Caribbean starts around this time/February 27 – Treaty of Berwick: Terms agreed with the Lords of the Congregation in the Kingdom of Scotland for forces of the Kingdom of England to enter Scotland to expel French troops defending the Regency of Mary of Guise\April 15 – Denmark buys the Estonian island of Saaremaa from its last prince bishop/August 21 – A total eclipse of the sun is observable in Europe\December 5 – Se7enteen-year-old Mary, Queen of Scots, is widowed by the death of her first husband, King Francis II of France. Her mother-in-law, Catherine de' Medici, becomes regent of France - 6 – Charles IX (of France) succeeds his elder brother, Francis II, at the age of 10/1614 - The Rosicrucian Order is instituted in the Holy Roman Empire according to Fraternitas Rosae Crucis-Christianity banned throughout Japan/April 5 –Pocahontas marries English colonist John Rolfe in Jamestown, Virginia\August 23 – The University of Groningen is established in the Dutch Republic/December 4 – The Siege of Osaka begins..

The S.I.B. was first formed 1 in 1940, with 19 detectives from the Metropolitan Police transferred to the Army for deployment in France..Royal Military Police personnel undertaking general police duties are equipped with extendable batons, Hiatt speedcuffs and Airwave personal radios...The 10th Spirit is Buer, a Great President.. He appeareth in Sagittary, and that is his shape when the Sun is there.. He teaches Philosophy, both Moral and Natural, and the Logic Art, and also the Virtues of all Herbs and Plants.. He healeth all distempers in man, and giveth good Familiars. He governeth 50 Legions of Spirits, and his Character of obedience, which thou must wear when thou callest him forth unto appearance..The 48th Spirit is Haagenti.. He is a President, appearing in the Form of a Mighty Bull with Gryphon's Wings..This is at first, but after, at the Command of the Exorcist he putteth on Human Shape.. His Office is to make Men wise, and to instruct them in divers things; also to Transmute all Metals into Gold; and to change Wine into Water, and Water into Wine.. He governeth 33 Legions of Spirits..Give me the password, and I will at least let her live..That is the password..for admittance.. But may I ask, what is the password..for the house?..The RMP also uses the Home Office Large Major Enquiry System, known as HOLMES..
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The more they try to hide this stuff, the bigger the shitstorm there'll be when the dam bursts.
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In common with Camberley, the village is high on the long north-south crest of the Chobham Ridges.. The crest stretches from the Berkshire border at Swinley Forest in the north, to the east of Mytchett in the south, at the southern end of the borough..Swinley Forest is a large expanse of Crown Estate woodland mainly within the civil parishes of Windlesham in Surrey and Winkfield and Crowthorne in Berkshire, England..Camberley is a town in Surrey, England, 31 miles (50 km) southwest of central London, between the M3 and M4 motorways...Before the 19th century, the area now occupied by Camberley was referred to as Bagshot/Frimley Heath, which was known as a haunt of highwaymen such as William Davies – known as the Golden Farmer – and Claude Duval..The town as it now stands has its roots in the building of The Royal Military College, which later became the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, in 1812...


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June 1 - People's Republic of China begins filling the reservoir behind the Three Gorges Dam/2- Europe launches its first voyage to another planet, Mars\3 –19 people die when a TALGO train and a freight train collide head-on in Albacete, Southern Spain/5 – A female suicide bomber detonates a bomb near a bus carrying soldiers and civilians to a military airfield in Mozdok, a major staging point for Russian troops in Chechnya, killing at least 16-Mozdok's name comes from the Kabardian word for "the dense forest"- A severe heat wave across Pakistan and India reaches its peak, as temperatures exceed 50°C (122°F) in the region\ 8 – Poland approves joining the European Union in a referendum/10 - The Spirit Rover is launched, beginning NASA's Mars Exploration Rover mission- "Wicked", opens at the Curran Theatre in SF\11–6 people die and 25 are injured when two passenger trains collide head-on near Schrozberg/13 -First Minister for Children appointed, Margaret Hodge-The first official cricket matches are played between the English counties in the Twenty20 Cup\14 – The Czech Republic approves joining the European Union in a referendum/15 – The News of the World publishes an article in which Ian Huntley is photographed in his cell at Woodhill Prison. An undercover reporter had got a job in the prison and was being employed as Huntley's guard\20– A runaway Union Pacific freight train carrying lumber derails in the Los Angeles suburb, destroying several homes and rupturing natural gas lines/23 – Grutter v. Bollinger: The Supreme Court of the United States upholds affirmative action in university admissions- Barry Bonds steals second base against the Los Angeles Dodgers– India –51 people die when a special holiday train derails in Maharashtra\24 President Putin becomes the first Russian head of state to make a state visit to the Britain since Tsar Alexander II in 1874/26 – Lawrence v. Texas: The U.S. Supreme Court declares sodomy laws unconstitutional– The latest BORIng poll puts Labour and Conservative parties on even terms at 35%– The NASA Helios Prototype unmanned aerial vehicle breaks up in flight and crashes into the Pacific Ocean about 10 miles (16 km) west of Kauai, Hawaii, during a remotely piloted systems checkout flight in preparation for an endurance test scheduled for July...
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First investigations of each death were undertaken by Surrey Police and the Royal Military Police, as each was an independent incident. A later review by Surrey Police treated the 4 deaths as potentially related, but sustained a judgement of suicide, a further investigation by Surrey Police identified a number of failures of the Army's duty of care at the barracks, leaving the opportunity and motive for suicide available..Finally a review by Nicholas Blake QC published in March 2006 following a two year investigation suggested the deaths were self-inflicted but criticised a number of aspects of training at Deepcut which could have contributed to the deaths.. Blake is a member of Matrix Chambers, a leading human rights legal practice in the UK..Iain Blair (12 August 42 – 3 July 11) was a Scottish actor and author who, using the pen name Emma Blair wrote a series of romantic novels.



Britain’s most senior immigration judge has been ordered to scrap a ruling which allowed a foreign killer to stay in Britain on human rights grounds..Mr Justice Blake, as Nicholas Blake QC, was previously a human rights barrister at Matrix Chambers, which is most closely associated with Cherie Blair, the wife of former prime minister Tony Blair..In mathematics, a matrix (plural matrices) is a rectangular array of numbers, symbols, or expressions, arranged in rows and columns..A 4-poster bed is a bed with 4 vertical columns,1 in each
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The 5.56×45mm NATO is an intermediate cartridge developed in the United States and originally chambered in the M16 rifle.. Under STANAG 4172, it is a standard cartridge for NATO forces as well as many non-NATO countries...It is derived from, but not identical to, the .223 Remington cartridge.. Hit probability refers to the ability of a soldier to concentrate on firing in spite of their weapon's recoil and noise, which is noticeably different between the two cartridges...

Cartridge, Blank, F3 (Australia): 5.56×45mm Blank cartridge produced by Thales Australia,formerly Australian Defence Industries (ADI)..Frank Frank Shooting Blanks..

Cartridge, Ball, SS109 (Belgium): 5.56x45mm 61-grain [3.95 g] Semi-Armor-Piercing cartridge w/. steel penetrator produced by Fabrique Nationale.. Adopted in 79 as the NATO standard..

Cartridge, Caliber 5.56 mm, Dummy, M199 (United States): 5.56x45mm dummy cartridge, non firing, indented case...
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