A former Royal Marine from Taunton found guilty of murdering a Taliban fighter was suffering from a 'recognised mental illness' at the time that went undiagnosed - according to psychiatrists.
A report found Alexander Blackman was struggling with combat stress and had an 'adjustment disorder'. There is an appeal to reduce his charge to manslaughter. The Ministry of Defence say it has followed the legal process throughout the case.
The wife of a former Royal Marine from Taunton jailed for life for murdering a Taliban fighter is making a fresh bid to clear his name
Hundreds of people including many veterans have attended a rally in support of jailed former Royal Marine Alexander Blackman
People gather in Parliament Square in London to support a former Plymouth Royal Marine jailed for murder