No Win No Fee Lawyers hit a new Low


War Hero
"One, the al-Sweady Inquiry into the so-called Battle of Danny Boy in 2004,
has already identified more than 500 troops who will have to give evidence and
who will also be interviewed by IHAT.

Members of the SAS, the SBS, interrogators from a unit called the Joint
Support Group, medics, senior officers and hundreds of soldiers are expected to
be questioned.

British lawyers acting for the Iraqis claim the abuse took place between 2003
and 2008, when many civilians were detained on suspicion of being in Shia
militia groups"

How the hell do they expect our lads to remember what happened in action almost 10 years ago, the Iraqis could say anything which would be virtually impossible to disprove?
The issue is the enemy never wore any recognisable uniform, so the occasional civilian may have been asked to help with enquiries.
All lawyers helping the accusers should have their names taken, to ensure they are never allowed to work on British funded legal aid cases again, hit them in their pockets an see if they still see this as a new gravy train.
Everyone is entitled to a defence, so use one from Iraq
Better still let them sue the man who sent the troops there. I'm certain that Mr Bliar could represent himself, keep the costs down.

Yes but she, the wide mouth frog, works for the under dog against the establishment. So would she be trying to prosecute her old man?
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