THE families of six Red Caps, including a man from North Yorkshire, killed by a mob in Iraq will today voice their anger at the findings of the Army inquiry into their loved ones' deaths.
A Ministry of Defence Board of Inquiry found that no individual or organisation could be blamed for the murders.
But the relatives of those who died insist there has been a cover-up to protect the Army.
The six Royal Military Police were murdered on June 24, 2003 after becoming trapped in a police station in the town of Al Majar Al Kabir, near Basra in southern Iraq.
Their families say the men were badly equipped.