Selective secrecy: AOAV criticises UK Minister Johnny Mercer’s lack of transparency on military misconduct

Minister Johnny Mercer outlined alleged British military misconducts in a 2021 interview but then denied FOI request and later.refused to disclose similar information to an independent inquiry.

N1466: how a senior British army officer blew the whistle, alleging war crimes by SAS in Afghanistan

A senior SAS officer, known as N1466, exposed potential war crimes committed by SAS units in Afghanistan, leading to a significant investigation after revealing discrepancies in enemy casualties versus weapons recovered, and advocating for a deeper inquiry into these disturbing patterns.

Mercer faces deadline to provide names in Afghanistan war crimes inquiry

Johnny Mercer, UK Veterans’ Minister, faces a deadline to justify withholding names in an inquiry into alleged British special forces war crimes in Afghanistan.

Veterans Minister withholds suspects’ names in SAS war crimes inquiry

Johnny Mercer, Veterans Minister, refuses to disclose suspects’ names during a public inquiry into alleged extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan, despite acknowledging the severity of the claims

The dates and number of those allegedly murdered by UK Special Forces in Afghanistan

AOAV details the evidence of widespread extrajudicial killings by UK Special Forces in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, with at least 26 specific operations and 84 Afghan males killed, including children.

University of Cambridge’s Wilberforce Society report on allegations of extrajudicial killings by UK Special Forces

This report allegations into extrajudicial killings by UK Special Forces in Afghanistan analyses both domestic and international factors and provides key recommendations.

Accountability and accusations of serious misconduct: who will address the allegations against General Gwyn Jenkins?

The delay in the MOD to address swiftly allegations against General Jenkins raises questions about accountability and the implications of delayed justice.

AOAV calls on Defence Serious Crime Command to investigate General Gwyn Jenkins over allegations of cover-up in SAS extrajudicial killings

AOAV has formally requested the Defence Serious Crime Command to investigate General Gwyn Jenkins for allegedly covering up extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan, as reported by BBC Panorama.

Senior UK General faces allegations of concealing evidence on extrajudicial killings by SAS in Afghanistan

A top British general is reported by BBC to have withheld evidence of alleged extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan

Wikileaks’s Iraq War Logs: Bodies of mutilated civilians dumped across Baghdad

The war logs reveal extensive violence in Iraq from 2004 to 2009, including tens of thousands of civilian murders, horrific torture methods, and mass graves, often targeting those associated with Coalition forces.

Independent Inquiry relating to Afghanistan: day 1

On the first day of the Independent Inquiry Relating to Afghanistan, Lord Justice Haddon-Cave and Oliver Glasgow KC highlighted allegations of extrajudicial killings by UK Special Forces between 2010-2013, with Glasgow outlining seven crucial cases and emphasizing the Inquiry’s commitment to unveiling the truth and ensuring justice.

Judge rules partial confidential hearings in UK Special Forces war crimes inquiry

A UK inquiry into alleged war crimes by British forces in Afghanistan will conduct some sessions in private, following a decision by the chair, Sir Charles Haddon-Cave.