The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has agreed to pay almost £3m in damages to Iraqis who were tortured by UK troops in Basra in 2003.
At the time it was in the heat of the fighting. The soldiers were naturally very nervous and worked up as they would, being in the thick of a bloody war. In other words, their actions could easily be regarded as justified and excusable. Nevertheless, the British justice prevails and awards the victims of those nervous soldiers substantial amount of money and an apology. There are numerous examples of how Britain has compensated the victims in this way.
Ahmadinejad and Khamenei -e- Dayoos, this is the free world way of upholding justice and compensating those who were disproportionately treated. In your Islamic regime you shoot innocent Iranians and then demand the cost of the bullets from their parents.