She claimed her farmer sons had no Taliban connection and had been holding their hands in the air when SAS troops opened fire, according to the Sunday Times.
They matched the 5.56mm calibre used by the SAS, rather than larger bullets used by Afghan special forces.
There were more claims soldiers planted Russian Makarov pistols on victims’ bodies and took pictures as evidence they killed Taliban insurgents in self defence.
It was said they had placed Taliban pistols and rifles near dead civilians to make them look like enemy fighters.
They then falsified reports in a bid to blame Afghan special forces, so that the incident would not be probed by regular army command, it was said.
Last night there were calls for another inquiry amid lurid allegations the Ministry of Defence put pressure on the RMP to wind up the cases.