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The Al-Sweady Inquiry was a five-year public inquiry led by Thayne Forbes which investigated accusations of mistreatment of prisoners by the British Army following the Battle of Danny Boy. The enquiry commenced its investigations in 2009.[1]

The inquiry cost nearly £25 million.[2] The report was published in December 2014 and concluded that the allegations of torture and murder were untrue.[3]

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