Daily Archives: April 12, 2013

Law, Ethics, And The War On Terror: Essay: Criminal Prosecution of Civilian Contractors by Military Courts

[Translate] South Texas Law Review Summer, 2009 50 S. Tex. L. Rev. 845 Symposium: Law, Ethics, And The War On Terror: Essay: Criminal Prosecution of Civilian Contractors by Military Courts NAME: Eugene R. Fidell* BIO: * Florence Rogatz Visiting Lecturer … Continue reading

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Haiti – Justice : Mission of DynCorp International, for the strengthening of the rule of law in Haiti

[Translate] Haiti – Justice : Mission of DynCorp International, for the strengthening of the rule of law in Haiti 11/04/2013 11:15:03 The U.S. Department of State (DoS) Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) has awarded DynCorp International … Continue reading

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A Question of Facts–The Legal Use of Private Security Firms in Bosnia

[Translate] A Question of Facts–The Legal Use of Private Security Firms in Bosnia David Kassebaum Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 38 no3 581-602 2000 ABSTRACT In Bosnia, the United States turned to private security firms to implement its policy of … Continue reading

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The Legal Issues of Private Armed Security on Commercial Ships

[Translate] The Legal Issues of Private Armed Security on Commercial Ships Rodden, Grace Walsh, James Grace Rodden and James Walsh III Federal Lawyer 58 no4 30-5, 56 My 2011 INTRODUCTION In 1765, William Blackstone wrote that piracy is a principal … Continue reading

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Fighting Piracy With Private Security Measures: When Contract Law Should Tell Parties to Walk the Plank.

[Translate] Fighting Piracy With Private Security Measures: When Contract Law Should Tell Parties to Walk the Plank. By: Martin, Jennifer S., American University Law Review, June 2010, Vol. 59, Issue 5. pp. 1363-98 Je 2010 I’m dishonest, and a dishonest … Continue reading

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Afghan Helmand radio reports on public protection police force

[Translate] BBC Monitoring South Asia – Political Supplied by BBC Worldwide Monitoring April 5, 2013 Friday Afghan Helmand radio reports on public protection police force Text of report by provincial state-owned Afghan Helmand Local FM radio on 3 April The … Continue reading

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CBC program casts doubt on ex-Cambridge bodyguard’s story about woman in Mexican jail

[Translate] Waterloo Region Record April 5, 2013 Friday First Edition CBC program casts doubt on ex-Cambridge bodyguard’s story about woman in Mexican jail BYLINE: Chris Herhalt, Record staff Pg. A1 Some of the evidence keeping a Mount Forest woman stuck … Continue reading

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Engility Wins $116M Contract to Advise, Assist, Mentor and Train US and Coalition Forces in Law Enforcement

[Translate] Benzinga April 3, 2013 Wednesday 8:41 PM EST Engility Wins $116M Contract to Advise, Assist, Mentor and Train US and Coalition Forces in Law Enforcement Apr 03, 2013 (Benzinga:http://www.benzinga.com/ Delivered by Newstex) Engility Holdings (NYSE: EGL[1]) today announced that … Continue reading

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Do Corporations Enjoy a 2nd Amendment Right to Drones?

[Translate] Balkinization March 24, 2013 Sunday 7:01 PM EST Do Corporations Enjoy a 2nd Amendment Right to Drones? Frank Pasquale Mar 24, 2013 (Balkinization:http://balkin.blogspot.com/ An emerging, “solutionist[1]” narrative about drones goes something like this: Yes, we should be very worried … Continue reading

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For UN in Haiti, US Choses DynCorp, Despite Scandal in Bosnia, Whistleblower

[Translate] For UN in Haiti, US Choses DynCorp, Despite Scandal in Bosnia, Whistleblower By Matthew Russell Lee UNITED NATIONS, April 10 — The military contractor DynCorp, charged with child sex abuse while working with the UN in Bosnia in 1999, … Continue reading

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