Yesterday I posted a Ramrod Five update and also the possibility that Dutch prosecutors may proceed against peacekeepers. Now UPI is reporting that:
A military prosecutor says she may pursue charges against several Australian troops in a raid in Afghanistan last year in which five children died.
Brig. Lyn McDade, the director of military prosecutions, says she is considering the unprecedented step of charging several Defense Force commandos, a move that has infuriated senior officers, The Sydney Morning Herald reported Thursday.
The point being that issues such as Wuterich, trial now underway, and the Ramrod Five (or possibly a total of 18) are not confined to the U.S.