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Inquest hears how The Royal Military Police woman complained to her mother that she was depressed after senior commanders decided not to pursue her claim
The mother of a female soldier found hanged at her barracks told a coroner that her daughter had become depressed after the Army decided it was not going to charge two male soldiers she alleged had raped her on a drunken night out.
Corporal Anne-Marie Ellement died just three days after her 30th birthday on October 9, 2011.
The Royal Military Police woman had complained to her mother that she was overworked and became depressed after senior commanders decided not to pursue her claim that she had been raped by two soldiers while stationed in Germany in 2009.