Scot accused of covering up brutality
An Aberdeen doctor has been accused of covering up the British Army’s brutal abuse of prisoners during the Iraq War.
Derek Keilloh faces being kicked out of the profession following the now notorious death of Baha Mousa in 2003.
The 26-year-old sustained 93 injuries after an “appalling episode of serious gratuitous violence” meted out by soldiers who wrongly suspected he was an insurgent.
Aberdeen University graduate Keilloh – who was regimental medical officer with the Queen’s Lancashire Regiment – examined Mr Mousa after his death and is alleged to have said he saw no injuries on Mr Mousa’s body.
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