The Canadian Press

2015-05-13 | Doiron Report

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Investigations into the friendly-fire incident that killed a Canadian soldier in Iraq concludes the death of Sergeant Andrew Doiron was a tragic case of mistaken identity. The special forces operator was fatally shot March 6th by Kurdish forces as his unit was returning to an observation post in the darkness. Brigadier-General Mike Rouleau says a pack of barking wild dogs the Canadians encountered on their way back to the post likely served to heighten already high Kurdish anxiety levels. (Three other Canadians were wounded in the incident.)

Date: 2015-05-13
Placeline: OTTAWA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << The First Curse shooter clearly saw Sergeant do Aaron and his Detachment but we assess that under severe stress he was looking at Canadiens but he saw what he thought was an Isis infiltration and attack on his position >>