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Civilian Security Contractor Scandals Are Starting To Become News

This LA Times article (via Atrios) is the latest to take a look at the cowboy, lawless private security contractors that are causing a great deal of d

This LA Times article (via Atrios) is the latest to take a look at the cowboy, lawless private security contractors that are causing a great deal of difficulty in Iraq today. This site called Corpwatch, has picked up my two earlier stories so far.

T. Christian Miller : "Private security contractors have been involved in scores of shootings in Iraq, but none have been prosecuted despite findings in at least one fatal case that the men had not followed proper procedures, according to interviews and documents obtained by The Times...read on

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