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Royal Marine guilty of Afghanistan murder

8 November 2013 Last updated at 22:34 GMT

One of three Royal Marines charged with murdering an injured Afghan insurgent in 2011 has been found guilty by a military court.

Marine A, as the accused is known, faces a mandatory life sentence. Two other suspects, Marines B and C, were found not guilty.

All three had denied murdering the unknown man while on patrol in Helmand province.

Caroline Wyatt reports.

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