An investigation by Judge Paul Breriton found credible evidence of 23 incidents in which 39 Afghans were unlawfully killed.
Australian Defense Minister Angus Campbell told reporters that Army Chief Rick Burr advised the Special Air Service Regiment on Thursday that the Second Squadron had « canceled the army’s orders in battle. ».
« Not because it was the only swarm involved in these cases, but because it was at one point involved in the allegations presented, » he said.
General Campbell said the Army Commander would adjust « in time » and reconstitute a different squadron, which would have a different title. .
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