Originally posted on National Post | News:
CALGARY — The fate of a Canadian reservist charged in a fatal training accident in Afghanistan has been placed in the hands of a military jury.
Maj. Darryl Watts, 44, faces charges that include manslaughter, unlawfully causing bodily harm, breach of duty and negligent performance of duty.
Cmdr. Peter Lamont, the military judge overseeing the court martial in Calgary, delivered a two-hour charge to the five-member jury panel late Saturday afternoon.