A former Royal Marine from Taunton who was jailed for killing an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan has said: "I still don't know why I did it."
Alexander Blackman, 42, known as Marine A, said the killing in 2011 was "not exactly the proudest moment of my life" in his first TV interview since being released from prison 12 days ago.
The former Royal Marine - who served with 42 Commando in Plymouth - was convicted of murder in 2013 but the charge was reduced to manslaughter after an appeal claimed he was suffering from mental illness brought about by combat stress.
Speaking alongside his wife Claire Blackman, he described what it's like to be free from prison, his relationship with Claire, and the moment that changed his life six years ago:
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