UK prosecutors: Not enough evidence to prosecute over journalist's death

British prosecutors say there is not enough evidence to prosecute anyone in the death of journalist Terry Lloyd in Iraq in 2003. The 50-year-old died in March 2003 in southern Iraq after his four-man team was caught in crossfire between US and Iraqi forces. A British inquest ruled in 2006 that US forces unlawfully killed the Independent Television News journalist by shooting him in the head as he lay in the back of a makeshift ambulance. Sue Hemming, of the Crown Prosecution Service, said it was not possible to say who fired the fatal shot which killed the reporter.