War & Disaster Profiteering

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Najlaa International Catering Services of Kuwait faces numerous complaints and court actions for non-payment of bills and alleged fraud for work conducted on U.S. military bases in Iraq. The allegations show that the Pentagon is still unable to manage subcontractors eight years after the invasion. Read More
Almost a decade after the "War on Terror" began, a bipartisan U.S. Congressional commission spent two days cross-examining witnesses to see if the outsourcing of private security has been a terrible mistake. Read More
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How much money did Charles G. Taylor, the deposed president of Liberia, siphon out of his war-shattered country, and where is it? Investigators are developing a new strategy involving filing civil damage claims against companies, governments and international banks that they contend aided Mr. Taylor in illegal transactions. Read More
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