Soldier's families are launching legal action against the Ministry of Defence ten years after a bloody attack in Iraq.
They say their loved ones were left alone with no way to defend themselves and no way to call for help.
The ten year fight for answers into the deaths of six soldiers murdered by an angry mob in Iraq has taken a new twist.
Four of their families, including two from our region, have now launched formal legal action against the Ministry of Defence amid continuing claims their sons were badly let down by the Army on the day they died. Gregg Easteal reports.