Friday, 1 September 2017


Six teenagers say that they were physically abused at a military camp at Dundrennan, next to Kirkudbright, in Dumfries and Galloway, in Scotland.

According to legal documents, the 'abuse' of the 17-year-olds includes adult soldiers:

1. Pushing the teenagers' heads under water until they choked.

2. Forcing animal excrement into the mouths of the teenagers.

3.  Repeatedly kicking and punching the teenagers. 

People in the Kircudbright area point to cancer and leukaemia clusters around the Dundrennan range.

(BBC News SCOTLAND Dundrennan: Under friendly fire)

Local people say there have been misfirings on the Dundrennan range.

Some report that "the site is littered with unexploded ordnance; that there has been a strange red dust on the road that borders the base; that a quartermaster died of leukaemia."

There are reports of traces of beryllium, a component of depleted uranium, being found 30 miles away from Dundrennan.

(The village next to the DU test range UK news The Guardian / DEPLETED URANIUM IN THE UK, USA AND ELSEWHERE / NUKED )

Kirkcudbright. Sir Malcolm Ross and a cadet.


  1. suspect death

  2. Chief Constable accused in child-abuse scandal. No action in 9 months