Politics

Mercer challenging order to give names to inquiry


He previously told the inquiry that he had received a direct account from a serving member of the SBS who said he had been asked to carry a “drop weapon” – which he explained were non-Nato weapons carried by UK Special Forces units that could be planted on the body of someone killed during a mission, to falsely suggest the unarmed victim had posed a threat to British troops.



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