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Iraqi father's search for justice
Baha Mousa's father travels to the country whose soldiers killed his son.
Last Modified: 20 Dec 2009 19:56 GMT

 

The inquiry into the brutal murder of an Iraqi civilian at the hands of British soldiers has finished for the year. But for his family, questions still remain.

Baha Mousa was left with horrific injuries while in military custody in Basra.

His father has been in London to give evidence, and spoke to Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin.

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