His account of those three examinations through witness statements given at the time, and maintained in interview under caution, at a court martial and at the public inquiry, are said to be "untrue". Dr Keilloh denies misconduct.
of Saddam Hussein Ba Party.
"It is the case of the GMC, at least some of these injuries caused during his period in detention must have been apparent to Dr Keilloh," Mrs Poulet said.
Mr Mousa, 26, was hooded, handcuffed and beaten to a pulp before he died 36 hours after first being taken to the detention centre at the Army HQ in the southern Iraq city of Basra. His body swollen and bruised, Mr Mousa, a father of two, suffered 93 separate injuries including fractured ribs and a broken nose.
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At least two members of the medical team noticed the bruising and injuries to the lifeless body of Mousa, whose shirt had been removed. Mousa was "covered in bruises" all over his body, which was swollen and the injuries would be "obviously visible," Mrs Poulet said.
Dr Keilloh, 37, supervised a failed resuscitation attempt of the shirtless Mr Mousa in a desperate bid to save the detainee life. He is appearing before the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service, a new arm of the GMC dealing, dealing with allegations of misconduct against doctors.
An Army doctor who examined an innocent Iraqi beaten to death by British soldiers has faced medical watchdogs accused of a cover up over the death of detainee Baha Mousa.
he only spotted dried blood around the nose of the hotel receptionist after he was arrested by soldiers from the 1st Battalion, Queen Lancashire Regiment (1 QLR) in a swoop against insurgents in September 2003.
Rebecca Poulet QC, opening the case against Dr Keilloh, said the medic had failed to examine Mr Mousa and did not check the condition of other detainees or notify senior officers about the "obvious" mistreatment.
Dr Keilloh also faces charges from the tribunal that he failed to conduct an adequate examination of Mr Mousa body after death and failed to a notify a superior officer of the circumstances of the death. He faces similar claims relating to two other detainees who were injured that he examined after Mr Mousa death.
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