On the day the names of six men killed in Afghanistan were made public, another victim of the conflict was remembered in Exeter. Corporal Stephen Curley served with Taunton based 40 Commando. He died in 2010 while leading a patrol in Helmand Province.
Today an inquest into his death took place in Exeter. A verdict of 'unlawful killing' was returned by the coroner. Speaking after the verdict, his wife Kierian said she hoped other widows won't have to wait nearly two years to discover what happened to their husbands.
The widow of a Royal Marine killed in Afghanistan has spoken of the emotional journey she has been on ahead of the inquest of her husband, which resumes this afternoon.
Kirianne Curley, from Exeter, is seeking closure into the death of Corporal Stephen Curley who was serving with 40 Commando Royal Marines when he was killed in May 2010.
War Widow Kirianne Curley has described her 'horror' at the news yesterday that six British soldiers had been killed in Afghanistan. Her husband Corporal Stephen Curley from 40 Commando RoyalMarines was killed in Afghanistanin May 2010.