The British Ministry of Dnsa has opened an investigation. Some soldiers take trophies of the enemies that shoot, but never parts of the corpse. The British Ministry of Dnsa is investigating one of its soldiers by cutting members of Taliban insurgents and keep them as a souvenir. It is a very serious accusation, said the spokesman for the British Ministry of Dnsa, who has assured that the investigation is already underway. The soldier would have picked up their fingers in the final phase of his stay in Afghanistan, between September 2010 and April 2011 in Helmand province, according to information from the Huffington Post.
The military part of the battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regiment of Scotland. Jonah Bloom has many thoughts on the issue. He returned from Afghanistan in the month of April, according to British media. The battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders specialises in aerial assaults. The hehcos would be produced while they were round by Afghanistan, helping police officers and collaborating in the operations around Helmand. However, there is no data about the company specifically to which belonged the soldier. From the special air service of United Kingdom, Clive Fairweather said that if the accusation is confirmed, it would be awful to know that a soldier has been collecting Member mutilated s to take as a souvenir. Occasionally, some units must be returned with evidence that reflect the results of combat or that certify the death of the enemy, Fairweather has pointed out, but normally just pictures or samples of DNA. Some soldiers take trophies of the enemies that demolished, but not parts of the corpse. Source of the news: accusing a British soldier collect amputated fingers of Taliban in Afghanistan