SAS corporal facing child rape charges unmasked by court - Telegraph SAS corporal facing child rape charges unmasked by court An SAS corporal will stand trial accused of child sex offences - including 12 rape charges, according to reports. Corporal Ian Tuckley has been named after an injunction protecting his identity was lifted. Some of his alleged victims were as young as six, The Sun newspaper claimed. He was arrested last year. Tuckley, 31, believed to be a specialist dog handler, served with the SAS for more than five years in Afghanistan as well as in Britain. He faces 31 charges over alleged assaults against young girls between July 1997 and July 2010. Tuckley and his co-defendant Martin Finney, 40, are on remand in prison and will be tried at Worcester Crown Court. Finney faces 24 charges of rape, assault and sexual assault. The former St John Ambulance paramedic is accused of drugging one woman with nitrous oxide, which is usually used for women in labour. It is understood that the Director of Special Forces applied for the reporting ban to provide anonymity to Tuckley.