You'd think the Bush administration would want to investigate this type of graft. My bad... A federal jury on Thursday ordered a U.S. defense contract
March 10, 2006

You'd think the Bush administration would want to investigate this type of graft. My bad...

A federal jury on Thursday ordered a U.S. defense contractor accused of war profiteering in Iraq to pay more than $10 million in damages and fines.In the first civil fraud case brought against a military contractor during the Iraq war, the jury in Alexandria, Va., found that Custer Battles LLC committed fraud in 37 instances in connection with a $9 million contract to help distribute new currency in Iraq....read on

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