Daily Archives: March 18, 2016

From Russia, With War

[Translate] March 17, 2016 From Russia, With War by David Isenberg Although largely unrecognized by the rest of the world, Russia already has a substantial private military and security industry complex. Ironically, in the past the United States has even … Continue reading

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DoD Oversight of Private Security Contractors in Iraq Was Sufficient, but Contractors May Not Deter Attacks on Office of Security Cooperation-Iraq Enduring Sites

[Translate] DoD Oversight of Private Security Contractors in Iraq Was Sufficient, but Contractors May Not Deter Attacks on Office of Security Cooperation-Iraq Enduring Sites

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Military Contractor Fights Insurer, “Going to Walk Again”

[Translate] Military Contractor Fights Insurer, “Going to Walk Again” By: Randy Travis Posted:Mar 02 2016 05:14PM EST Updated:Mar 02 2016 11:17PM EST WOODSTOCK, Ga. – A Woodstock man vowed he will walk again someday, but only if he can first … Continue reading

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National service: How Serco went from overcharging and mismanagement scandals to a key role training RAF pilots

[Translate] National service: How Serco went from overcharging and mismanagement scandals to a key role training RAF pilots By Ben Griffiths for the Daily Mail Published: 16:56 EST, 7 March 2016 | Updated: 16:56 EST, 7 March 2016 Amid the … Continue reading

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Serco’s prison falls into chaos

[Translate] Serco’s prison falls into chaos Levels of assault were much higher than in similar prisons By Ian Dunt Wednesday, 9 March 2016 10:38 AM  3 When prison inspectors visited Serco-run Doncaster prison, they found numerous inmates too terrified to … Continue reading

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Appeals Court Upholds $21.2 Million Judgment in ‘War of the Roses’ Case

[Translate] Appeals Court Upholds $21.2 Million Judgment in ‘War of the Roses’ Case CHARLESTON, W.V., March 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a $21.2 million judgment by a U.S. District Court judge in a complex … Continue reading

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According to the government, Raven 23 entered the square, and started shooting

[Translate] According to the government, Raven 23 entered the square, and started shooting Harrison Thorp March 12, 2016 Evan Liberty of Rochester at his post while working as a Blackwater security guard in Iraq. (Courtesy photo) Editor’s note: This is … Continue reading

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Friends, coaches recall a man who could not do what the government says he did

[Translate] Friends, coaches recall a man who could not do what the government says he did Harrison Thorp March 9, 2016 President George W. Bush surrounded on his visit to Egypt by a phalanx of Marine Embassy Guards, including Evan … Continue reading

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The long and twisted prosecution of Evan Liberty and Raven 23

[Translate] The long and twisted prosecution of Evan Liberty and Raven 23 Harrison Thorp March 6, 2016 Ed Editor’s note: This is the second of a several-part series that will run during March highlighting the case of Raven 23 and … Continue reading

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