Family of dead Deepcut soldier can apply for fresh inquest. Let’s hope it isn’t for political reasons

Geoff Gray was just 17 years old when his body was found [Image: PA].


The Attorney General has agreed that the family of Private Geoff Gray – who died at Deepcut barracks in 2001 – may apply to the High Court for a fresh inquest into the circumstances surrounding his death.


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2 thoughts on “Family of dead Deepcut soldier can apply for fresh inquest. Let’s hope it isn’t for political reasons

  1. Dez

    I think most of the UK, with even with just a small amount of common sense, were waking up to something not being right after the fourth death. Unfortunately the civil or military police did not seem to share this same concern and in my opinion were not at all robust in their investigation process in losing key material and evidence just made the public more suspicious of there being a military cover up operating that was more important than the death of these kids who just wanted to join the army.. I have never read anything political in these incidents but felt a very lack lustre investigation process was in place and as the deaths went on just furthered my believe the military were either covering for a person or persons in particular, totally incompetent and out of their depth, or worse did not give a toss there was such things going on right under their noses. I welcome the new enquiry for something that still bugs me as unfinished business. Not sure how this would impact on Labour politics when the much more major issues such as the Bushs poodle Blair going on a killing spree in the middle east based on an outright lie was just whitewashed by the establishment in the most longwinded expensive manner you could ask for.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      You’re not being asked to read anything political into the deaths.
      The political element is the decision to give leave for a fresh inquest application now, when it could embarrass a strong Labour Party.

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