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The mother-in-law of struck off army doctor Derek Keilloh says he was not part of a cover-up.
Dr Keilloh was the senior medic on duty on the night Iraqi prisoner Baha Mousa died in the custody of soldiers from the Queen's Lancashire Regiment after he suffered 93 separate injuries in 2003.
A medical tribunal said Dr Keilloh was "dishonest" over Mr Mousa's death when he said he saw no injuries on the detainee. Today, he was struck off the medical register.
His mother-in-law Judith Nicholls says he admitted he was naive.
A former army doctor has been struck off the medical register after being found guilty of a series of failures following the death of Iraqi prisoner Baha Mousa in 2003.
Dr Derek Keilloh was the senior medic on duty on the night Mr Mousa died after suffering 93 separate injuries.
A former army medic is struck off the medical register. Dr Derek Keilloh was "dishonest" over an Iraqi's detainee's death.
Dr Keilloh said he saw no injuries on Baha Mousa, who died in the custody of the Queen's Lancashire Regiment in 2003. Mr Mousa had 93 wounds.
A medical tribunal is now deciding whether Dr Keilloh's medical registration should be "erased" immediately or in 28 days.
The former army medic claimed he hadn't tried to cover-up what happened to Mr Mousa. The panel decided he was guilty of serious misconduct.
The tribunal says Dr Keilloh's "erasure" from the medical register is the only way "proper standards" and "trust" in doctors may be ensured.Dr Keilloh's misconduct would be "fundamentally incompatible" with "registration" as a medical practitioner, according to the ruling.
Former Army doctor Derek Keilloh was today struck off the medical register by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service after his misconduct over the death of Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa in 2003.
A medical tribunal has found a doctor who attended an Iraqi who died in the custody of soldiers from 1st Btn Queen's Lancashire Regiment was dishonest and misleading. Dr Derek Keilloh was a medical officer with the regiment at the time of Baha Moussa's death in 2003.
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Dr Derek Keilloh treated Iraqi prisoner Baha Mousa on the night he died in 2003. A tribunal will consider whether or not to take action.
Former British Army doctor, Dr Derek Keilloh, has been found guilty of serious misconduct over the death of Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa.