A FORMER army doctor who was struck off over the death of a prisoner in Iraq has found a new job as a medic on a Scots oil platform.
New lines of inquiry linked to the death of a hotel receptionist who was interrogated and abused by British soldiers a decade ago are to be investigated by a specialist team.
A SCOTS-trained doctor's career is in tatters after he was found guilty of lying about claims he did not see the catalogue of injuries that led to the death of an Iraqi prisoner who was severely beaten by British soldiers.
Presumably Derek Keilloh swore a version of the ancient Hippocratic Oath when he qualified as a doctor.
A Scots-trained former British Army doctor failed to protect detainees and acted dishonestly after the death of Iraqi prisoner Baha Mousa, medical watchdogs ruled today.