Baha Mousa death: Army doctor Derek Keilloh struck off
A former Army doctor has been struck off the medical register after his misconduct over the death of Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa in 2003.
Derek Keilloh, of Aberdeen, was a medical officer with the Queen's Lancashire Regiment (QLR) in Basra when Mr Mousa died in British Army custody.
The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service heard he had 93 injuries on the night he died.
The MPTS said Dr Keilloh was aware of the injuries but failed to report them.
The BBC's Caroline Hawley reports.
21 Dec 2012