Mousa lawyer welcomes findings in Gage report

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Phil Shiner, the lawyer representing Baha Mousa's family, has welcomed many of the findings in Sir William Gage's report.

Speaking at a press conference Shiner said, "Prosecutions in civilian courts are an absolute imperative."

Baha Mousa died with 93 injuries in British army custody in Basra in 2003.

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