In Britain, there have been fresh claims of torture by British soldiers at a secret network of illegal prisons in the Iraqi desert. One innocent civilian victim is said to have been killed the hands of British soldiers. Now a British law firm is taking legal action against the government over the allegations. But in a twist to already devastating reports, if new secrecy laws being debated in the parliament are passed, we may never find out what really happened. Nargess Moballeghi investigates the latest scandal in the legacy of the Iraq war.