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Friday, July 5, 2013

al-Sweady Iraq Torture Inquiry Ends

Inquiry into alleged torture of Iraqis by British troops breaks up
The al-Sweady inquiry has spent weeks hearing allegations about how troops murdered and tortured Iraqis in 2004

4 July 2013 - A little-reported public inquiry broke up on Thursday after weeks of harrowing allegations about how British troops murdered and tortured Iraqis after a fierce gun battle in 2004.

The al-Sweady inquiry, named after a 19-year-old Iraqi, and which has cost nearly £18m so far, will resume in the autumn when it is due to hear evidence from more than 200 British military witnesses.

It was forced on the Ministry of Defence in 2009 after high court judges accused it of "lamentable" behaviour and serious breaches of its duty of candour. The inquiry heard how the British military police were slow to investigate the allegations, and potentially significant forensic evidence related to the incident has still not been provided by the MoD.

Nine Iraqis say they were tortured after being taken to a detention centre at Shaibah base near Basra and held there for four months. They say they were taken, along with 20 murdered Iraqis, to a British base, Camp Abu Naji, after a fierce gunfight in what became known as the battle of Danny Boy, a British checkpoint near Majar al-Kabir, north of Basra, on 14 May 2004.

The battle, in which soldiers used their bayonets in close-quarter fighting, began when some 100 armed insurgents attacked a patrol from the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment.

The MoD and the army vigorously deny the allegations made by the Iraqi victims and their families. One unanswered question is why dead and wounded Iraqis were taken to the British base after the battle. read more>>>

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