Author: Associated Press
Baha Mousa, 26, was working at a hotel in Basra that was raided by soldiers
looking for weapons in September 2003.
He was taken to a British base where he sustained 93 injuries, including
fractured ribs and a broken nose. An autopsy said he died of asphyxia,
caused by a stress position that soldiers forced him to maintain.
Six soldiers were cleared of wrongdoing at a court martial in 2007. A seventh
pleaded guilty to inhumanely treating Iraqi civilians.
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