A Royal Marine convicted of murdering an injured man in Afghanistan has been named after a ruling at the High Court.
Sergeant Alexander Blackman, who lives in Taunton and works in Plymouth, was convicted at a court martial at Bulford in Wiltshire last month. He's due to be sentenced tomorrow.
He'd been identified only as Marine A but the judges today lifted the anonymity order.
Lord Burnett, a former Royal Marine, says his identity may now be at risk.
Our Defence Correspondent, John Andrews reports