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Thank you boys for all you have done in keeping us safe ,as for the detectives ,go f yourselves

In what way did Baha Mousa threaten me, my country or my culture? Why would I consider a hotel receptionist to be my enemy?   Death of Baha Mousa On 14 September 2003, Mousa, a 26-year-

Panorama/the BBC have nothing but contempt for veterans.

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2 hours ago, RuamRudy said:

In what way did Baha Mousa threaten me, my country or my culture? Why would I consider a hotel receptionist to be my enemy?

 

Death of Baha Mousa

On 14 September 2003, Mousa, a 26-year-old hotel receptionist, was arrested along with six other men and taken to a British base. While in detention, Mousa and the other captives were hooded, severely beaten and assaulted by a number of British troops. Two days later, Mousa was found dead. A post-mortem examination found that Mousa suffered at least 93 injuries, including fractured ribs and a broken nose, which were in part the cause of his death.

 Fractured ribs and a broken nose, which were in part the cause of his death. I must be very lucky to be alive as in the past I have suffered those terrible fractures and breaks on top of that I broke a nail. 55555  

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1 hour ago, vogie said:

And I served too in Healys secret war in Oman, saw my brethren blown to bits, I am sick to death of our armed forces being dragged through the mire by lawyers who think they can make a quick buck by some jumped up charges and accusations 40 or more years after the event, it's totally shamefull.

 

so why the heck don't you just stay in the UK then if you cannot behave in line with law and order

when you are outside UK?

 

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