Other inquiries may be opening into the torture that took place and the CIA rendition flights and imprisonment of mostly the innocent, found out much later.
But as the world still waits, especially those invaded and occupied, the U.S. still hasn't done, nor demanded, the responsible Accountability a Country should do as we still condemn others for same, like always!
Jan 5, 2012 - The Iraq War will further shadow Britain's track record in violating human rights as several public inquiries into the invasion are due to reveal their findings in 2012.
The findings of an inquiry chaired by retired senior civil servant Sir John Chilcot into Britain's role in invading Iraq in 2003 are to be revealed in the summer and two more inquiries will be investigating the illegal techniques employed by British occupying forces in torturing and abusing Iraqi civilians.
The Al-Sweady Inquiry, conducted by a group of retired British investigators, will examine claims that British troops killed tens of Iraqi civilians in the wake of the Battle of Danny Boy, which took place on May 14, 2004 in Maysan province, southern Iraq, The Independent reported on Monday.
Nevertheless, the inquiry is expected to be subjected to delays due to difficulties involved in obtaining evidence as Britain's Ministry of Defence continues to deny the allegations saying the Iraqis were killed on the battleground.
“There is no sign of it opening because we have found hundreds of thousands of relevant documents, in particular all the emails from theatre (in Iraq) back to PJHQ (the military's Permanent Joint Headquarters) and they have got to go through all of that. I won't be surprised if the oral hearings in the Al-Sweady Inquiry don't start until the summer,” said Solicitor Phil Shiner representing the Iraqi victims. read more>>>