“ROBERT FLEETING, aged 23, died in mysterious circumstances on 4th September 2011 at the Royal Air Force base at Benson in Oxfordshire, southern England.
Robert was a young newly-qualified RAF fire and rescue officer, who was engaged to be married to his girlfriend, Maxine Menhennet. On the afternoon of 3rd September 2011 he met her and gave her £300 to put down a deposit on a wedding-dress. Then they parted and she never saw him again…
The inquiry by the MOD was woefully inadequate and the conclusion that was reached when compared to evidence that was presented, just doesn’t add up.
His parents campaign to this day for truth of how their son died. They have been blocked by MOD who are at the very least guilty of not properly investigating the circumstances surrounding Robert’s tragic death. His family deserved an unbiased and open inquest which they clearly didn’t get. Please sign the petition to prevent this kind of ‘legal cover-up’ from ever happening again.
All inquests held concerning serving military personnel who die on a military base in a non combat situation should be heard by a jury:
CONVICTED CRIMINALS INCLUDING MURDERERS AND RAPISTS ARE ALREADY ENTITLED TO THIS BASIC HUMAN RIGHT YET OUR ARMED FORCES ARE NOT.
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