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Iraq Red Cap deaths ‘unavoidable’

Six Red Caps killed by a mob in Iraq in 2003 should have been better equipped, but their deaths could not have been avoided, a coroner has said. The military policemen’s relatives said Scotland Yard should investigate and that officers who did not obey orders should be court-martialled. Coroner Nicholas Gardiner said the men should not have been given antiquated radios and little ammunition. Full Story

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