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From British daily The Independent:
Murder conviction for Iraq war hero ends 14-year mystery of Indian restaurant shooting
By Cahal Milmo, Chief Reporter
Saturday, 21 June 2008
To his comrades in the Black Watch [part of the British Army in Iraq], Sgt Michael Ross was nothing other than a hero. …
Yesterday, a different and horrifying side to the 29-year-old decorated soldier was revealed in Glasgow’s High Court when a jury convicted him of murdering a Bangladeshi waiter by shooting him in the head in front of diners at a restaurant in the Orkneys, in 1994. Ross, who had hidden his face behind a balaclava or ski mask, was aged just 15.
Moments after the verdict was delivered, Ross tried to escape from the court, managing to run through a side door before he was wrestled to the ground by an official and handcuffed by police.
The conviction brings to an end the 14-year mystery of who killed Shamsuddin Mahmood, 26, at the Mumtaz restaurant in Kirkwall, the main town of the Orkney Islands with a population of 8,500. The murder was the first on the Orkneys for 25 years.
Evidence emerged during the six-week trial that Ross had been a gun-obsessed teenager who doodled Nazi imagery on a notebook and told a comrade in the Army cadets: “Blacks should be shot.”
The soldier – who was a sniper with the Black Watch, now part of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, when he was arrested in May last year – had denied the murder and claimed to have been in another part of Kirkwall when the killing took place on the evening of 2 June 1994.
Ross was convicted on a majority verdict and will be sentenced on 11 July.
Andrew Laing, the Procurator Fiscal for the Highlands and Islands, said: “This was a callous murder of an innocent young man who was well known and liked within the town.
“This cowardly act shocked not only the local community but people throughout Scotland.”
Also from The Independent, from the other side of Britain: Racism rears its ugly head in Cornwall.
Scottish judges upheld the conviction of former soldier Michael Ross on Tuesday for the racist murder of a Bangladeshi waiter in 1994: here.