A painful battle for justice

A painful battle for justice

A painful battle for justice

First published in Opinion

ANYONE who has spent any time with the military knows that by and large, our armed forces take care of their own. But not always.

Anne-Marie Ellement took her own life at Bulford Barracks in part because she was bullied and raped and because of“work-related despair.” Her experiences have been well documented and a fresh investigation has now been launched.

Her family believe, with justification, that Anne-Marie was let down by the Army and was treated appallingly. The Army has apologised for its failures. But there are many lessons to be learnt.

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11:39am Tue 4 Mar 14

rayc says...

The lesson they will learn is how not to be caught out.
The lesson they will learn is how not to be caught out. rayc
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