Torture ‘Lie’ Lawyers Unrepentant

The best course of action for Public Interest Lawyers, the firm condemned by the government for pursuing false claims that British troops tortured Iraqi detainees, would probably have been a swift apology. Instead, the last post on their Facebook page is a series of articles still insisting the torture claims were true, including an Indy article from October which promoted the now disproven case. Followers of the Public Interest Lawyers Facebook page then accused the firm of “deleting adverse comments” under the post. One asked last night “Any comment on today’s report??” while another replied “You are a disgrace and should hang your heads in shame”. For some reason there is nothing on the page about yesterday’s findings that the claims pursued by Public Interest Lawyers were “lies”. Funny that…


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