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Following the inquest into the death of young soldier Cheryl James, former soldiers who served alongside her at the notorious Deepcut barracks speak out about life there. During the inquest the Army acknowledged there was an abuse and misuse of power by some of those in charge of the mainly teenage trainees, and found the menacing atmosphere at Deepcut barracks was the setting for physical, sexual and racial abuse, which has cast a shadow over the army for over two decades.

Producer/Directors Jane MacSorley & Leo Telling

Reporter June Kelly

Exec Producer Mike Radford

BBC TV 60mins 2016


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