Iraqi authorities are more than a little "peeved" at finding out that they may well have been sold a British sourced bomb detector that in fact doesn't detect bombs.
The Iraqi government has formed a commission to investigate the ADE651, known as the "magic wand".
Iraq has spent $85M on the "magic wand".
Britain banned the export of the device (manufactured by the British-based ATSC Company) last week, after tests showed that it was not suitable for bomb detection.
The British police also arrested ATSC Director Jim McCormick, on suspicion of fraud by misrepresentation.