Monday 13th January 2014 at 04:30 By DAVID ICKE
Investigated like this one was, eh, Hague?
‘British forces have already faced a string of investigations over their conduct in Iraq after the toppling of Saddam Hussein, including two public inquiries costing more than £20 million each. The Ministry of Defence has said it will carry out 11 inquest-style investigations into deaths in British custody. Its Iraq Historic Allegations Team (IHAT) also has more than 140 cases of alleged abuse on its books.
William Hague said the Government “absolutely rejects allegations of systematic abuses by the British Armed Forces”.
He said: “These allegations are either under investigation already or have been dealt with already in a variety of ways, through the historic abuses system that has been established, through public inquiries, through the UK courts or the European courts.’
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