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United States: KBR Wins Second Mandamus Challenge to DC District Court Rulings on Attorney Client Privilege, Denying a False Claims Act Relator the Contractor’s Internal Investigation Materials

United States: KBR Wins Second Mandamus Challenge to DC District Court Rulings on Attorney Client Privilege, Denying a False Claims Act Relator the Contractor’s Internal Investigation Materials Last Updated: August 17 2015 Article by Marcia G. Madsen and Luke Levasseur … Continue reading

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Raytheon given support contract for special ops forces

Raytheon given support contract for special ops forces by Richard Tomkins Raytheon is to provide training and support services to U.S. special operations forces worldwide under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contact. The multiple-award, five-year SOCOM-Wide Mission Support contract, has a ceiling value … Continue reading

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Ex-Ga. deputy was ‘father of the year': Man killed in suicide bombing in Afghanistan.

Ex-Ga. deputy was ‘father of the year': Man killed in suicide bombing in Afghanistan. The Atlanta Journal – Constitution By Willoughby Mariano Staff 24 August 2015, A7 The former Floyd County deputy killed Saturday in a suicide car bombing worked … Continue reading

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Dyncorp Workers Killed By Bomb Were Afghan Army Trainers

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 Afghanistan Dyncorp Workers Killed By Bomb Were Afghan Army Trainers August 25, 2015 Three DynCorp International employees who were killed by a car bomb in Kabul last weekend all worked on a program to train the … Continue reading

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GOVERNMENT DEALS LACK GOOD SENSE

GOVERNMENT DEALS LACK GOOD SENSE Taranaki Daily News 24 August 2015 Significant numbers of New Zealanders object to government sales of publicly owned assets or deals to have them managed by private companies. They may well find significant numbers of … Continue reading

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Maine contractor killed in Afghanistan blast had ‘dreaded his last trip there,’ mother says

Posted Yesterday at 12:14 PM Updated at 8:17 AM Maine contractor killed in Afghanistan blast had ‘dreaded his last trip there,’ mother says Corey Dodge, 40, a father of four from Garland, had been doing tours there since 2006 and … Continue reading

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3 Va.-based contractors are killed in Kabul

3 Va.-based contractors are killed in Kabul THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Afghan security forces and British soldiers inspect the site of a suicide attack in the heart of Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015. The suicide car bomber attacked a NATO … Continue reading

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Nauru guard ‘admits false allegations’

Nauru guard ‘admits false allegations’ AAP Bulletins AAP 20 August 2015 A Nauru detention centre guard has reportedly been caught confessing to falsely claiming he was assaulted by an asylum seeker, a story that he repeated in court. The Wilson … Continue reading

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Refugees tortured on Nauru: former worker

Refugees tortured on Nauru: former worker. Australian Broadcasting Corporation Transcripts By Jake Sturmer 20 August 2015 A former Nauru detention centre worker has told a Senate committee that refugees have been water boarded on the island ‘two or three times’. … Continue reading

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Wilson Security apologise for giving wrong information to Nauru inquiry

Wilson Security apologise for giving wrong information to Nauru inquiry Australian Broadcasting Corporation Transcripts Jake Sturmer 21 August 2015, The operators of security services in Nauru have apologised for mistakenly misinforming a parliamentary inquiry investigating abuse at the island’s detention … Continue reading

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