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Crime Soldier pleads to detonating chemical weapon near base

07:00  13 june  2018
07:00  13 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

Watchdog: Sarin, chlorine likely used in Syria in March 2017

  Watchdog: Sarin, chlorine likely used in Syria in March 2017 <p>The global chemical weapons watchdog says the nerve agent sarin and toxic chemical chlorine were "very likely" used as weapons in two attacks in central Syria in late March 2017.</p>The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said Wednesday that its Fact-Finding Mission probing alleged attacks in Syria found that "sarin was very likely used as a chemical weapon" in the south of Latamneh in Hama province on March 24 and that chlorine was very likely used a day later at and near Latamneh Hospital.

A Louisiana soldier was indicted Monday for manufacturing and detonating a “highly toxic” chemical weapon , federal authorities said. Taylor was also indicted in September on a federal child pornography possession charge. He pleaded not guilty in that case.

An American soldier is accused of crafting and detonating a chemical weapon outside of his Army base . On April 12 he allegedly detonated a chlorine bomb near the Fort Polk Army base in Louisiana.

LAKE CHARLES, La. — A soldier has pleaded guilty to making and detonating explosives that released chlorine gas in a forest near an Army base in Louisiana last year.

U.S. Attorney David Joseph's office says 24-year-old Ryan Keith Taylor, of New Llano, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison after pleading guilty Monday to producing, possessing and using a chemical weapon.

Authorities said Taylor set off explosives that released toxic gas into the air in Kisatchie National Forest, adjacent to Fort Polk, on April 12, 2017.

A court filing says a military police investigator felt his skin burning while collecting samples at the blast site. The filing says the investigator was permanently injured and must be medically discharged from the military.

A federal judge is scheduled to sentence Taylor on Sept. 12.

Sikh soldier wears turban in Queen's official birthday parade .
Charanpreet Singh Lall became the first soldier from the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards to sport a turban instead of the traditional tall bearskin hat in Trooping the Colour, a ceremony that marks Queen Elizabeth ll's official birthday.Sikh soldier Charanpreet Singh Lall became the first from the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards to sport a turban instead of the traditional tall bearskin hat inTrooping the Colour, an impressive military display of pomp and pageantry that dates back nearly 270 years.

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