This video from Britain says about itself:
13 July 2009 — Video showing a British soldier screaming abuse at hooded Iraqi detainees has been played at the public inquiry into the death of Baha Mousa.
From daily The Guardian in Britain:
MoD manual reveals ‘execution’ of prisoner by Afghan soldier
* Amelia Hill
* Sunday 3 October 2010 20.41 BST
A prisoner has been “executed” on a British base in Helmand province by an Afghan soldier, Ministry of Defence documents have disclosed.
The shooting of the detainee on the small UK-controlled patrol base in Musa Qala in March was revealed in an MoD training manual for troops deploying to Afghanistan. The manual was released as part of the Baha Mousa public inquiry into abuse of Iraqi prisoners.
British troops did not directly witness the killing but were, it is believed, nearby at the time. They handed the Afghan soldier over to local authorities but it is not known what then happened to him, despite a subsequent inquiry into the affair.
The revelation came as the MoD admitted having paid £102,000 to the families of at least 35 Afghan civilians killed as a result of Nato operations in Afghanistan.
Compensation claims relating to the deaths of another 17 Afghans are still under investigation, according to data released by the MoD in response to a freedom of information request.
Campaigners have long expressed concerns about the treatment of Afghan prisoners captured by British forces. In June, anti-war activist Maya Evans won a partial victory in her high court challenge against Britain’s policy of transferring Taliban suspects to the Afghan authorities.
She said the policy had led to “horrible abuse” of detainees in violation of international law and human rights.
Torture by British troops; here.
On 10th Anniversary of Afghan War, US Stymied in Pakistan, Forced to Negotiate with Taliban: here.
Afghan Female Bloggers Wince and Then Upload: here.
Britain: A human rights watchdog said today that it has launched judicial review proceedings against the government, alleging that newly published guidance on torture is illegal: here.
Pakistan’s Dawn on Reprieve’s Bagram clients — and our lawsuit demanding the Pakistani government help them: here.