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HALIFAX – The trial of two British sailors accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a Nova Scotia military base begins today in Halifax.
Darren Smalley and Simon Radford are charged with sexual assault causing bodily harm and participating in a group sexual assault.
The charges arose from an alleged incident in barracks at 12 Wing Shearwater in April of 2015.
The Crown had originally charged four men, but charges against two of the sailors were dropped.
Several days into a preliminary inquiry in April of 2016, charges were dropped against Craig Stoner, while charges against Joshua Finbow were withdrawn in December.
The Crown says the prospect of convicting Finbow became unrealistic after a judge deemed his police statement inadmissible at trial.
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