Ex-soldier who killed waiter in new bid to clear name
A FORMER Black Watch soldier who was jailed for 25 years for the cold-blooded murder of an Asian waiter has made a fresh bid to clear his name.
Michael Ross has asked the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) – which investigates alleged miscarriages of justice – to examine his conviction.
The Inverness-based former sergeant was found guilty of the racist murder of Bangladesh-born Shamsuddin Mahmood, who was shot in the Mumutaz restaurant at Kirkwall, Orkney, in May 1994.
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