Conflict • 45m
For years, allegations of war crimes have swirled around Australia’s special forces in Afghanistan. Australian prosecutors have been investigating a small group of elite special forces who stand accused of committing and covering up the murder of civilians in Afghanistan. With exclusive footage and testimony from a former special forces operative, this documentary reveals a shocking culture of murder and impunity.
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