Incubators of Jihad – Part 1
Following the trial of three Royal Marines accused of murder, Anthony Tucker-Jones reports on the emergent terror threat to members of the British armed forces living – and serving time – in the UK
In a landmark legal case, a member of the Royal Marines was sentenced to a minimum of ten years in prison on 6 December 2013, after being convicted of the murder of a Taliban fighter while on active duty. In summing up, the Judge Advocate General stated: “On 15 September 2011, while on patrol near CP Omar in Helmand Province, you shot an unknown Afghan insurgent . . .