2013-02-20 | Court-Martial-Watts
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Canadian Forces reservist Major Darryl Watts avoided jail for his role in a deadly training accident in Afghanistan in 2010, but was demoted to lieutenant and received a severe reprimand. Watts was charged after Corporal Josh Baker was killed and four others were wounded in the explosion of a C-19 anti-personnel mine. His lawyer Balfour Der said Watts had mixed feelings about the outcome.
Placeline: Calgary, AB, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 24 seconds
Transcript Prediction: << Darryl is is in some respects fine with it in in terms of you know he's not going to jail these not removed from the military in other respects he's not very happy of course but being convicted or being, demoted so it's it's sort of a mixed bag form but you know truth be told the probably breeze a sigh of relief that, because the alternatives were that of going to jail or being removed from the military was would not have sat very well with the >>
Clip ID: 20130220CPCN002