Army sex in iraq

Duration: 15min 46sec Views: 971 Submitted: 14.02.2019
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A female Army medic faces investigation following allegations that she sexually assaulted a prisoner while he was detained at a British military base in Iraq. The nurse is the first British female soldier to face abuse claims by Iraqi detainees. The claims are among 33 new allegations of torture, male rape and physical mistreatment being probed by the Ministry of Defence. Father-of-three Hussain Hashim Khinyab, 35, says that after he was arrested by British forces in April , the medic had tried to have sex with him at the Shaaibah logistical camp while he was lying on a hospital bed recovering from an operation. Abuse: Video shown to the Baha Mousa inquiry of a British soldier shouting at hooded Iraqi detainees. Mr Khinyab, say his British lawyers, claims the nurse 'tried to have sex with him, but stopped when somebody came into the room'.

UK soldiers face Iraqi sex charge

US soldiers accused of sex assaults | World news | The Guardian

Royal Military Police RMP are recommending prosecution after a year-long investigation of photographs that appear to show Iraqi prisoners in British custody being forced to engage in homosexual acts. It would be the first prosecution of British soldiers for serious crimes in Iraq. The abuse came to light when staff at a Staffordshire shop alerted the police to photographs handed in for developing by Gary Bartlam, a Fusilier, on his return from active service in Iraq. It is not known whether he was responsible for taking the photographs. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access.

us army in iraq

Four soldiers were alleged to have raped the two women while on guard duty in a Baghdad shopping precinct. A US army investigator interviewed several soldiers from the military unit, the th battalion of the 3rd Infantry Brigade - but did not locate or interview the Iraqi women involved - before shutting down the inquiry for lack of evidence. Transcripts of the investigation, obtained by the Guardian from the American Civil Liberties Union, show only the most cursory attempts by the investigator to establish whether the women were raped. The soldiers claimed the women were prostitutes, or denied any knowledge of any one in their unit having sex while deployed in Iraq. The statements went largely unchallenged.
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