Britain’s “exempt from prosecution” mercenary army?

SAS ‘for hire’ after Iranian embassy siege in 1980
 

The Foreign Office expected countries to ask for the loan of the SAS in a siege or hijack after the London Iranian Embassy rescue, documents show.

Documents from 1980 released by the National Archives reveal a discussion about a legal agreement to cover the use of the SAS by another country.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-12020393

 

 

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