Killer's fears over Baghdad's Rusafa jail


A security worker from Rochdale, jailed for life for shooting dead two colleagues in Iraq, has spoken of his fears about jail.

Danny Fitzsimons, 30, from Rochdale, admitted killing Paul McGuigan, from Peebles, Scotland, and Australian Darren Hoare in August 2009.

He was also convicted of attempting to kill an Iraqi guard.

Fitzsimons is the first Westerner to be convicted in Iraq since the 2003 US-led invasion.

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