Families of British servicemen murdered in Iraq have demanded action against a coroner who showed pictures of the men's mutilated bodies in a slide show for travel agents.
Dr Nicholas Hunt used photographs of three Royal Military Policemen's butchered corpses during a seminar on how to set up temporary mortuaries in disaster zones, the dead men's grieving parents said.
The three bodies he allegedly displayed are understood to be Lance Corporal Thomas Keys, aged 20 and originally from Solihull, Corporal Simon Miller, aged 21, and Sergeant Simon Hamilton-Jewell, aged 41.
Prior to the conference, Dr Hunt, who works in Oxfordshire, had performed post mortem examinations on the three men after they were flown back to RAF Brize Norton.
The trio were among six Red Caps slaughtered by Iraqi locals in the town of Majar al Kabir in June 2003.
John Miller, father of Corporal Miller, said he was unwilling to accept an apology from Dr Hunt and is consulting his lawyer.
He added: "I don't want to speak to him (Dr Hunt). I want action to be taken. I don't see why he should get away with this."
Mr Miller said he found out about the slide show last week.
This was after asking the MoD to send him copies of every Army-related document featuring his son's name.
He said that among the material he received were three emails and a letter circulated between the MoD and the Oxfordshire coroner.
It emerged in the documents that Dr Hunt had displayed pictures of three Red Caps on whom he had performed post mortems, he said.
He said the documents suggest the seminar took place over two days in February 2004 in Grantham.
Attended by travel agents, council officials and public service workers, it was about setting up temporary mortuaries in the event of a disaster, Mr Miller said.
In the slides displayed, the three fallen Red Caps' bodies were naked save for strips obscuring their genitals and faces.