This would mean that British airports probably would see enhanced groping of travellers for at least next 3-4 decades or until these orphan sons of innocent Iraqi murdered reach 40 plus age.

8 September 2011
Baha Mousa inquiry: Events must never be repeated, PM says

Events leading to the death of an Iraqi civilian in British army custody should never be allowed to happen again, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.

He said the 93 injuries sustained by Baha Mousa after banned interrogation methods were used were "shocking".

An inquiry found there was a "serious breach of discipline" by troops.

The head of the Army, General Sir Peter Wall, said the "shameful circumstances" had cast a "dark shadow" over the "high" reputation of the service.

Some of the soldiers named in the report have been suspended from military service in the wake of the inquiry.

'No excuses'

Mr Mousa was arrested, along with nine other Iraqis, at the Haitham Hotel in Basra on 14 September 2003 by members of the 1st Battalion The Queen's Lancashire Regiment (1QLR).

The hotel receptionist's 22-year-old wife had died of cancer shortly before his detention, meaning his death two days after the arrest left his two young sons orphaned.

The inquiry concluded that the death of the innocent Iraqi was caused by a combination of his weakened physical state and a final bout of abuse.