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Decorated British Army major cleared seven times facing new Iraq inquiry

 Decorated British Army major cleared seven times facing new Iraq inquiry


A decorated Army major who has faced seven separate inquiries over the death of an Iraqi teenager 15 years ago is now being investigated for an eighth time, the Telegraph has learned.

Major Robert Campbell said he had been “broken” by the discovery that yet another official inquiry had been launched into his conduct over the death of an Iraqi in May 2003.

The latest inquiry comes just weeks after he received a good conduct medal for his service with the forces and 12 years after he was cleared of manslaughter for the first time.

Major Campbell, who is now disabled after he was wounded during active service, said: “This sordid process has broken me. I was assured it was finally over and shortly...