Finding himself barred from a public interest defence and unable to exhibit classified exculpatory evidence to a jury, David McBride, a former barrister and Major in the Australian army, was advised by his defence that the best option now was to plead guilty, for blowing the whistle on war crimes in Afghanistan.
McBride Trial: Day One - Defense Argues Duty to Nation Supersedes Military Law
David McBride Trial - Day Two - If Wars Can Be Started By Lies, Then Peace Can Be Started By TRUTH!!
David McBride Trial - Day Three.
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