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Brit 'framed' for Iraq murders

A former British paratroopers who was jailed in Iraq for killing two colleagues at a private security firm has said he was 'framed'. In footage obtained by ITV News, Danny Fitzsimons also sends a message to the families of his two victims.

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Victim's mother: G4S to blame for arming killer

The mother of one of Danny Fitzsimon's victims has said she believes G4S is to blame for deciding to hire, and for arming, her son's killer.

Both Fitzsimons and her son Paul McGuigan were working for the private security firm ArmourGroup, which is owned by G4S, at the time of the incident.

Corinne Boyd-Russell says that Fitzsimons should not have been hired given his history of post-traumatic stress syndrome and the fact that he was charged with a crime in the UK.

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