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United Kingdom

9 January 2006

Mirror (UK)

An army security guard, with convictions for gun crime and violence, was given the keys to the armoury at a barracks, it was revealed last night. Brian Winton, 45, had access to weapons at the Roussillon base in Chichester, West Sussex — home of the Royal Military Police. He looked after the rifles and ammunition used to train up to 200 soldiers for 15 months before his past was discovered. Winton was suspended on full pay after police checked his 10-page police... (

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