Monday, January 04, 2016

End witch-hunt of our soldiers: Fury as 'ambulance-chasing' lawyers try to prosecute UK's Iraq heroes - and are handed taxpayers' millions to do it 

  • Government set aside £57m years ago for investigation of 152 allegations
  • Cases examined by Iraq Historical Allegations Team passed the 1,500 mark
  • Mark Warwick who heads the unit said soldiers could see murder charges
  • 13,000 veterans have now joined organisation to campaign against action

The legal ‘witch-hunt’ against UK troops who served in Iraq could cost taxpayers tens of millions of pounds and drag on for years.
War heroes, military families and politicians last night called for ‘ambulance-chasing’ lawyers to stop harassing soldiers who had simply been doing their duty.
The Government set aside £57million five years ago for the investigation of 152 allegations of ill treatment and unlawful killing of civilians.
The legal ‘witch-hunt’ against UK troops who served in Iraq could cost taxpayers tens of millions of pounds and drag on for years. Above, British soldiers fire rubber bullets in Basra in 2003
The legal ‘witch-hunt’ against UK troops who served in Iraq could cost taxpayers tens of millions of pounds and drag on for years. Above, British soldiers fire rubber bullets in Basra in 2003
Now the number of cases being examined by the 145-strong Iraq Historical Allegations Team has passed the 1,500 mark.
Despite no one being convicted, Mark Warwick, who heads the unit, says it has been ‘overwhelmed with cases’ and murder charges could result.
As the outcry over the treatment of troops who risked their lives on the frontline grows, the Daily Mail can reveal that:
  • The MoD pays an Iraqi agent nearly £40,000 a year to help the families of supposed victims;
  • His son says up to 20 new clients come forward each week hoping to sue the UK Government;
  • The cases go to British-based law firms which are receiving legal aid payments; 
  • An accused ex-soldier says he has been hounded for 12 years and ‘left to rot’ by the Army; 
  • Hundreds of veterans and their families will march to Westminster tomorrow to call for an immediate end to the harassment.
Ian Sadler, a former soldier whose son Jack was killed in Afghanistan in 2007, said: ‘How can they spend so much money on these spurious legal claims, which are being pursued by ambulance-chasing law firms in this country to get Iraqis compensation? 
'This is a witch-hunt with a crock of gold at the end of the rainbow for these law firms.’
Colonel Bob Stewart, a Tory MP on the Commons defence committee, said: ‘Not only do we have civilian battlefield ambulance chasers, we now have MoD battlefield ambulance chasers. I’m fed up with our soldiers being chased and harassed and intimidated after they have put their lives on the line.
‘And for our country to be taking part in this witch-hunt is despicable.’
Despite no one being convicted, Mark Warwick, pictured, who heads the unit, says it has been ‘overwhelmed with cases’ and murder charges could result
Despite no one being convicted, Mark Warwick, pictured, who heads the unit, says it has been ‘overwhelmed with cases’ and murder charges could result
The Iraq Historical Allegations Team was set up by the Ministry of Defence in 2010 after a flood of claims from Iraq were submitted by Public Interest Lawyers and Leigh Day.
Mr Warwick, a former police officer, believes there is enough evidence for successful prosecutions – leading to an outcry among soldiers who say they are now constantly looking over their shoulders. There are 2,360 claims overall by Iraqi civilians against the MoD from the five-year mission – a figure which continues to rise. There are also nearly 100 claims from Afghanistan and mounting investigations against troops who served in Northern Ireland.
Last night it emerged that 13,000 veterans and their families have joined an organisation called UK veterans, One Voice, to campaign for former soldiers facing arrest.
The organisation, founded by former private Nigel Kelsall, who completed tours of Northern Ireland and Bosnia, will take part in the march tomorrow.
The 41-year-old father of one, who was a private in the Royal Logistical Corps, said: ‘No soldier should have to go through the ordeal of being questioned years later.
‘The Government needs to put an end to this. These men are just doing their job and to prosecute troops is wrong.’
Former private Robert Gray, 61, who served with the Duke of Wellington’s regiment in the 1970s in Northern Ireland, said: ‘This is British soldiers doing their jobs and then being called murderers.’
Felicity Sayers, who served in the Royal Navy and whose husband was in the Black Watch in the 1970s, said: ‘It is absolutely ridiculous that our men and women are trained to fight an enemy and then are hung out to dry when they do.’ Mrs Sayers, 55, from Lincoln, said her husband was expecting to be questioned about his role in Northern Ireland during the Troubles.
Plymouth MP Johnny Mercer, who served in Afghanistan, said it was important for soldiers to operate within the rule of law. But he added: ‘At the same time, it would be the easiest thing in the world in Iraq or Afghanistan to go out and find people who say they were harmed by coalition forces of any flag.’
An MoD spokesman said last night: ‘The vast majority of UK service personnel deployed on military operations conduct themselves professionally and in accordance with the law.
‘The MoD takes all allegations of abuse or unlawful killing extremely seriously. Where there is sufficient evidence, members of HM Forces can be prosecuted. It is estimated that the IHAT’s work will take until the end of 2019.’
 
MoD pays Iraqi agent £40,000 a year to gather evidence against OUR soldiers
By LARISA BROWN
An Iraqi agent is being paid nearly £40,000 a year by the Ministry of Defence to help the families of suspected insurgents killed by British soldiers.
Abu Jamal, 59, earns up to £3,200 a month – plus expenses – from the MoD to take statements from witnesses and ferry them to Lebanon to give evidence via video link to the Iraq Historical Allegations Team.
On top of his work for the MoD, a grieving widow claimed he knocked on her door persuading her to claim compensation from the British government.
Her husband’s death is one of more than 1,000 claims of wrongdoing and unlawful detention which Abu Jamal has handed over to Public Interest Lawyers and Leigh Day over the past decade.
Abu Jamal, 59, earns up to £3,200 a month – plus expenses – from the MoD to take statements from witnesses and ferry them to Lebanon to give evidence via video link to the Iraq Historical Allegations Team. He is pictured with his son Jamal Alshiraida, who also helps with the compensation claims
Abu Jamal, 59, earns up to £3,200 a month – plus expenses – from the MoD to take statements from witnesses and ferry them to Lebanon to give evidence via video link to the Iraq Historical Allegations Team. He is pictured with his son Jamal Alshiraida, who also helps with the compensation claims
The Daily Mail tracked down the father of one to his office in Basra, southern Iraq, where he is now so busy he gets up to 20 new clients a week. He has recruited his son, Jamal Alshiraida, 28, and another colleague, Abu Zaid, to help with all the paperwork.
The family firm is known across the city for its success in helping Iraqi civilians win millions of pounds in compensation from the Ministry of Defence.
Speaking from Basra, Mr Alshiraida told the Mail they also worked for PIL and Leigh Day. He said: ‘I enjoy my job because of the treatment we get from the British. They have good lawyers in Britain.
‘I send emails and print documents. We have more than 1,000 clients, maybe we will get about ten, 20 more people this week. There are lots. They tell us about how they were detained by the British.’
It is unclear, however, how much PIL or Leigh Day pay Abu Jamal or whether he is on commission.
Figures show there are 2,360 outstanding claims of all sorts by Iraqi civilians against the MoD from the five-year war – a figure which continues to rise.
We have more than 1,000 clients, maybe we will get about ten, 20 more people this week. There are lots. They tell us about how they were detained by the British 
Jamal Alshiraida 
Mr Alshiraida’s comments will fuel fears that there are thousands more claims to come as Iraqi civilians hear about successful cases heard in the UK.
The department has paid out £22million in compensation to Iraqi civilians.
Last month the grieving widow of Muhammad Salim, who was shot during an arrest operation in November 2003, revealed that she was approached by Abu Jamal weeks after his death.
Her testimony suggests a close connection with Birmingham-based PIL, which used Abu Jamal.
PIL’s boss, Phil Shiner, has always maintained that his firm has done nothing wrong.
When Mr Alshiraida was asked how he and his father found the Iraqis claiming to have been victims of mistreatment by troops, he said: ‘Always they come to the office in Basra.’
His father, who lives in the centre of the port city, refused to comment on whether he approached clients or whether they came to him.
In a statement, PIL said Abu Jamal was not known to the law firm in 2004 and PIL did not tout for business.
But Mr Alshiraida said he and his father had been working for the firm in 2004.
‘In 2004 he rang them,’ he replied, when asked how his father first contacted PIL.
Over the years, Abu Jamal has become so popular with alleged Iraqi victims that all those represented by PIL ‘insist on dealing with him’, a source said.
This has meant the Iraq Historical Allegations Team investigating wrongdoing by British troops has been forced to use the Iraqi as a paid chaperone for victims and witnesses.
Responding to a complaint that PIL used an agent, Mr Shiner’s lawyers claimed that that the MoD ‘routinely use Abu Jamal’ and pay him up to 5,000 US dollars a month plus expenses.
Both IHAT and the MoD did not comment on the figure.
 
I was cleared TWICE but the lawyers are still hounding me, says war hero: Decorated soldier says he was 'left to rot' over death of Iraqi civilian armed with an AK-47
By LARISA BROWN
A decorated soldier says he was ‘left to rot’ while lawyers hounded him over the death of an Iraqi civilian 12 years ago. Richard Catterall believed the suspect, who was armed with an AK-47, was threatening the lives of his comrades.
Two inquiries cleared the former sergeant of unlawfully shooting Muhammad Salim dead only for him to now face a third investigation. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, he has repeatedly begged to be left alone to the point that investigators apparently feared he would take his own life.
The father of two, who was medically discharged from the Army in 2014 after serving 23 years, said the latest investigation was the ‘final nail in the coffin’.
Decorated soldier Richard Catterall, pictured with his two daughters, says he was ‘left to rot’ while lawyers hounded him over the death of an Iraqi civilian 12 years ago 
Decorated soldier Richard Catterall, pictured with his two daughters, says he was ‘left to rot’ while lawyers hounded him over the death of an Iraqi civilian 12 years ago 
The 46-year-old waived his right to anonymity after the Daily Mail revealed last month that Mr Salim’s widow had been persuaded by an agent used by a British law firm to make the claim that he was unlawfully killed.
Mr Catterall said he had thrown his medals from his five tours of Northern Ireland, two tours of Iraq and one tour of Afghanistan in the bin because he been made to feel ashamed of his life of service. Speaking from his small terraced home in Liverpool, he said: ‘The Army have just hung me out to dry.’
Mr Catterall, who is struggling financially, said: ‘I am at my wits’ end. I have a lot to cope with and I just feel like I am going backwards.
‘I fought in Iraq and Afghanistan and now I’m scared to go out into the street. I tried to tell them how sick I was.
‘This latest hearing has been the final nail in the coffin. I’ve got worse since this started, I’ve isolated myself even more over the last couple of months.
In a gruelling six-month tour of Iraq in 2003 one bloody firefight lead to Mr Catterall being handed a baby whose arm had been blasted off. Despite his efforts the child died in his arms.
Days later he was on patrol in Basra when he shot Mr Salim in the stomach during an arrest operation.
Mr Catterall, pictured fourth from left, was medically discharged from the Army in 2014 after serving 23 years and said the latest investigation was the ‘final nail in the coffin’
British soldiers had been acting on information given to them that up to 15 armed men had been seen entering a property in the port.
As they arrived at the address they heard five rounds of gunfire and were confronted by two armed men.
Mr Catterall shot one of them, believing Mr Salim to be an insurgent and about to shoot. The Iraqi was treated by a combat medic but he died from his injuries in hospital the following day.
It later emerged that the information given to the Army had been wrong, and Mr Salim was a civilian carrying an AK-47 for his own safety.
Shooting someone is no easy thing to do and I’ve never got over it 
Richard Catterall 
Mr Catterall said he shot in self-defence thinking his life and those of his comrades were in danger. He said he had followed the rules of engagement.
A military investigation at the time and a separate eight-month investigation carried out by the Iraq Historical Allegations Team cleared him of any wrongdoing. IHAT quizzed Mr Catterall after being handed statements by Phil Shiner’s Public Interest Lawyers and obtained from Mr Salim’s widow and others.
Exonerating him, a review concluded: ‘The IHAT have investigated the resulting allegation of unlawful killing and after careful consideration ... it has been decided that there is no evidence to suggest the soldier was not acting in self defence.’
Mr Catterall said: ‘I thought it was all done with and I tried to get on with my life. The incident was one of the traumas I have been dealing with, with combat stress. Shooting someone is no easy thing to do and I’ve never got over it.’
But in September he was contacted by Iraq Fatality Investigations, an inquest-style inquiry set up in response to yet more PIL claims on behalf of the family now seeking compensation. He said: ‘They said they would like to question me again.
‘They asked me to go to London and I said I couldn’t do that because I was agoraphobic.
‘They knew I was suffering and I told them I didn’t want to do it but they said it would be hanging over my head if I didn’t.’
Mr Catterall said he shot in self-defence thinking his life and those of his comrades were in danger
He said he had followed the rules of engagement
Mr Catterall said he shot in self-defence thinking his life and those of his comrades were in danger. He said he had followed the rules of engagement
Mr Catterall was questioned twice by the inquiry chairman, Sir George Newman, through a video link from his home, before he was asked to give evidence in front of Mr Salim’s family.
‘I said to them on the phone, I’m not prepared to go for more questioning,’ he said. ‘Then I put the phone down and later that evening two policemen came to check I was still alive. I said I wasn’t very well. I explained how I wasn’t well. Obviously the man from the inquiry was so concerned that he sent the police that night to make sure I was OK.
‘And even after all of that I was still strongly encouraged to go and do the interview with the Iraqi families.’
In November Mr Catterall, whose marriage ended the month before, gave evidence to the inquiry via video link from Liverpool under the cipher S011 which gave him anonymity.
He said he was ‘deeply, deeply sorry for the family’, telling the inquiry: ‘If I could change anything and go back in time, I’d do it and I’m sorry.’ Mr Salim’s family said they did not accept his apology because he had been reckless.
The soldiers who were with him at the time supported his version of events. Despite his service with the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment, Mr Catterall said he had been refused help from the Army which ‘wanted nothing’ to do with him.
He said he had contacted his regimental association to ask for help – but it declined.
He said: ‘I was loyal to the Army for 20 odd years and I don’t want to start looking like I’m disloyal to them but they’ve shown me no loyalty over the past few years.
‘I understand I had to be brought to account for my actions but to be brought to account so many times on so many different occasions was a massive kick in the teeth.’
He said one of his daughters had taken his medals out of the bin and framed them for him and hung them on his wall.
Mr Catterall was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and agoraphobia in 2011, a year after falling ill with a severe neck injury from excessive weight carrying in the Army.
He said: ‘I think about what happened when I had the injury to my neck and when I was put at home. I was just left there to rot.’
His case is understood to have been passed to the International Criminal Court, which usually tries dictators accused of genocide.
ICC prosecutors have refused to grant the soldiers involved in the death of Mr Salim immunity from fresh charges, which raises the prospect of Mr Catterall being tried at the Hague.
 
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33 comments:

Anonymous said...

The British Army's top brass has been captured by Politically Correct Traitors.

Anonymous said...

No sovereign nation needs US permission to promote self-defense.



http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2016/01/03/444303/Iran-US-selfdefense-UN-Charter-Fetzer/

Anonymous said...

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"THE BRITISH ARMY IS NOW A TOOL FOR GLOBAL WAR'S FOR INTERNATIONAL ZIONISIM"

The united nations of London: Map reveals the areas where 50% of residents are born abroad as capital’s population hits record 8.6million
London has reached the highest population in its history - 8.6million - and it is also at its most diverse

One in three residents originally born abroad and in some areas half have a different country of birth to Britain
People originally from India make up the highest numbers, followed by those from Nigeria, Poland and Bangladesh
Capital's immigrant population will hit five million in 2031, when it will overtake British-born residents for first time

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2950401/How-one-three-Londoners-born-abroad-areas-live-in.html#ixzz3wKOBKiQq





Anonymous said...

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Are we supposed to feel sorry for him? Killer who was part of gang that stabbed 15-year-old to death complains that he will be deported to Nigeria 'despite having never visited there' when he is released.

Junior Bayode jailed for 11 years for killing of 15-year-old schoolboy
Sofyen Belamouadden was knifed to death in brutal attack in March 2010
Bayode, now 22, complained after being told he will be deported to Nigeria
Says he only knows 'British way of life' and has never even been to country


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3383481/Are-supposed-feel-sorry-Killer-gang-stabbed-15-year-old-death-complains-deported-Nigeria-despite-having-never-visited-released.html#ixzz3wKV0n45d


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Sweden launches its own 'Berlin Wall' with Denmark as it orders travellers to show ID for the first time in 50 years… while Copenhagen closes borders with Germany

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Anonymous said...

DEPORT THEM NOW.

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The group of 11 earned almost £10,000 a day stealing mobile phones
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The gang have now been jailed for a total of more than 30 years


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Anonymous said...

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NWN ADMIN said...

Anonymous said...

AN ARMY IS TO DETER INVADER'S - THE BRITISH ARMY IS NO LONGER FIT FOR PURPOSE.

"THE BRITISH ARMY IS NOW A TOOL FOR GLOBAL WAR'S FOR INTERNATIONAL ZIONISIM"
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Hardly anyone in nationalism understands that politics is about persuading people to join us.

The Armed Forces and it's veterans are revered by the general population. Yet a hardcore of so called nationalists will even give reasons why NOT to support one of our great revered institutions.

And that dear readers, is why nationalism will remain a tiny insignificant group .

John Tyndall revered the Armed Forces as did Oswald Mosley, AK Chesterton and all the best nationalists.

Anonymous said...

AN ARMY IS TO DETER INVADER'S - THE BRITISH ARMY IS NO LONGER FIT FOR PURPOSE.

"THE BRITISH ARMY IS NOW A TOOL FOR GLOBAL WAR'S FOR INTERNATIONAL ZIONISIM


NWN/ADMIN.

Is the above statement true or not? I agree with every word.

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Muslims set over 800 cars ablaze in France on New Year’s Eve. (Not a peep by MSM)


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End of Europe: Merkel is Doing Good Job at 'Destroying Her Own Continent'




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Anonymous said...

GCSE and A-level exams to be sat early so Muslim pupils avoid taking key subjects while fasting for Ramadan

Subjects such as English and maths could be set at start of exam season
Comes after Ramadan has gradually crossed over into summer exam block
Exam boards said they listen to comments from a wide range of groups
They want to ensure pupils 'observe Ramadan without detrimental impact on exams'


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3387163/GCSE-levels-set-rejigged-summer-Islam-s-holy-month-Ramadan-account.html#ixzz3wVQ2HixR

Anonymous said...

Enough children to fill ONE THOUSAND classrooms have arrived in Sweden in just four months, warns country's migration minister

Some 26,000 young migrants have entered the country in just four months
Sweden warned it can't cope with the numbers of newly-arrived migrants
Country said it was forced to put checkpoints on its border with Denmark
It marked a massive U-turn for the government, which had been welcoming


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3387378/Enough-unaccompanied-children-ONE-THOUSAND-classrooms-arrived-Sweden-just-four-months-warns-country-s-migration-minister.html#ixzz3wVRvIp3T

Anonymous said...

Groped between the legs and a firework thrown into a hoodie: Victims reveal horrifying details after attacks by Cologne 2000'African and Arab' sex mob as police say they are gang of distraction

Two more Cologne victims describe being sexually assaulted and attacked
One, Jenny, suffered severe burns when a firework was shoved in her hood
Similar attacks also occurred on New Year's Eve in Hamburg and Stuttgart
Police have admitted they fear it was part of a known criminal enterprise
Fear it was a professional gang who sexually assault women as distraction
Cologne town centre has been called a 'no-go area' by its own city council
There are now fears the upcoming carnival will be scene of similar assaults


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3386673/Women-Cologne-lockdown-council-admits-no-longer-safe-wake-African-Arab-mob-s-rapes-declares-upcoming-carnival-no-area-females.html#ixzz3wVUzGalk

Anonymous said...

REVEALED: 164 asylum seekers per DAY - Britain takes in record number of refugees

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http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/632218/asylum-record-October-migrants-refugees

Anonymous said...

German police search for 1,000 men after mass sexual assault in Cologne


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NATO: Humanity’s Greatest Scourge.


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Syrian Dissident: Execution of Saudi Cleric Plotted in Tel Aviv.


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European Plan to Eradicate Race Through Immigration (Kalergi Plan)




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Has it come to this ? What NF marches used to look like............