In his first public comments since the court ruling on Wednesday, Roberts-Smith, holder of the Victoria Cross and other top military honors, said he remained proud of his actions in Afghanistan, where he served in the Special Air Service on six tours from 2006 to 2012.
“I'm devastated with the result, it’s a terrible outcome and it’s the incorrect outcome,” Roberts-Smith, who was not in the country when the order was passed, told television network Nine Entertainment (NEC.AX) at Perth Airport late on Wednesday.
Asked if he would be apologizing to the families of the victims affected by his actions in Afghanistan, Roberts-Smith said “We haven’t done anything wrong, so we won’t be making any apologies.”
“We will look at it (the judgment) and consider whether or not we need to file an appeal,” Roberts-Smith said in the brief airport interview. “We'll just have to work through it and I'll take the advice as it comes.”
Source: Press TV
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