Recruit Found Dead In Deepcut “May Have Been Sexually Exploited”

Posted on January 12, 2016

A new inquest into Pte James’s death was ordered in 2014 after High Court judges quashed an open verdict which had been recorded in December 1995. The first inquest, held three weeks after her death, did not call key witnesses or examine medical records. And the bullet that killed her, her clothing and rifle had not been forensically examined by the Royal Military Police, which initially investigated the death.

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