Friday August 01, 2014




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Soldier keen to be 'vindicated': Lawyer for Lt. Darryl Watts

A court martial has reserved its decision on an appeal by a Calgary soldier convicted for his role in a fatal 2010 training accident in Afghanistan. Lt. Darryl Watts' lawyer says the reservist shouldn't have been found guilty.

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