UK Army Doctor Failed to Spot 93 Separate Iinjuries on Iraqi Beaten to Death by Brave British Troops
Posted by David Icke
'Dr Derek Keilloh, appearing before the General Medical Council (GMC) today, claimed he only saw dried blood around the nose of the hotel receptionist, who was arrested by soldiers from the 1st Battalion, Queen’s Lancashire Regiment (QLR) in a swoop against insurgents during the Iraq conflict in 2003.
Mr Mousa, 26, was hooded, handcuffed and beaten before he died 36 hours after first being arrested and held at the Army detention centre in the southern Iraq city of Basra.
His body swollen and bruised, Mr Mousa suffered 93 separate injuries – including fractured ribs and a broken nose.'
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