Afghanistan war crimes inquiry: Calls to drop prosecution of whistleblower David McBride

Katie Burgess
By Katie Burgess
November 19 2020 - 10:54pm
Defendant David McBride talks to the media before his court appearance in Canberra in February. Picture: AAP

The legal team for whistleblower David McBride says it is "unfathomable" that the former military lawyer still faces jail, after an inquiry confirmed Australian soldiers were involved in the unlawful killing of dozens of Afghan civilians.

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Katie Burgess

Katie Burgess

Federal politics reporter

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