Hundreds of people marched through Plymouth today in support of five Royal Marines accused of murder over an incident in Afghanistan.
The servicemen who are part of 3 Commando Brigade are charged with killing an Afghan national last year. They're due to appear before a military court next month.
Today a crowd of 300 waving "Justice For The Five" banners marched through Plymouth.
The protest started at Devil's Point near the brigade's Stonehouse Barracks and travelled into the city centre.
Other events took place in Swansea, Edinburgh and London.