Earlier this month, the UK government's independent reviewer of terror laws called for a judicial inquiry
[JURIST report] into British complicity in US rendition and torture. British media reported last week that UN special rapporteur on torture Manfred Nowak told British ministers that MI5 may have been complicit
[JURIST report] in torture committed while detainees including Mohamed were in US custody. Mohamed was returned to the UK
[JURIST report] last week following seven years of detention, including five at Guantanamo Bay, where he was held on charges of conspiring to commit terrorism. Those charges were dismissed
[JURIST report] in October, but Mohamed remained in custody while US authorities considered filing new charges.