British newspaper confirms that her country will face new charges of torturing and killing Iraqi prisoners

British newspaper confirms that her country will face new charges of torturing and killing Iraqi prisoners

Sunday January 20, 2013

Follow-up – and babysit – confirmed the Guardian newspaper, said Britain will face new charges of violating international law, on allegations of torture and murder of prisoners during the war on Iraq during the year 2003.
The newspaper pointed out: that these allegations will be unveiled in the Supreme Court, where they will be accusing Britain of using systematic policy of torture have been committed over five years between 2003 to 2008.

In a session scheduled for three days in 29 of this month, the lawyers representatives for 180 Iraqis claiming to be victims attacks, or that members of the family were killed illegally, and will present a dossier before the two judges presiding over the court in London, accusing the British soldiers and officers British intelligence using illegal interrogation practices.

The newspaper reported: that such practices include hooding and the use of stress positions and sexual assault, beatings and religious abuse of prisoners detained illegally, and in some cases, as stated in the certificate, torture led to the death of the prisoner.

Data was collected, according to the newspaper, through interviews with victims and relatives of those who died, and has most of these meetings in Lebanon by the human rights lawyer Phil Shiner from the “public interest lawyers” in the Birmingham area the British.

The court will rule whether assaults separate incidents were not leaders or senior military officials and British politicians are aware of them, or whether they were systematic and allowed as a matter of policy

M. J

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