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  1. Fogbuster

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    Throwing good money after bad:


    (CNN) -- A whistle-blower who helped shed light on misconduct among the ranks of contractors working as guards for the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan is back home in England sooner than he expected after he resigned in the fallout of the scandal.

    Terry Pearson, who worked as an operations manager for contractor R.A. International at Camp Sullivan in Afghanistan, said he witnessed mistreatment among the guards employed by ArmorGroup North America ( <---- replaced the "evil"-connected to Cheney somehow- Blackwater private security group), who were housed at the camp.

    "It was just downright stupid, some of the things they were doing," Pearson told CNN. "And insensitive."

    Allegations surfaced last week that contractor ArmorGroup allowed mistreatment, sexual activity and intimidation within the ranks of private guards hired to protect the embassy in Kabul. The company and U.S. officials are investigating.

    Wackenhut Services Inc., the corporate parent of ArmorGroup, said in an e-mail it is "fully cooperating" in the investigation.

    Whistle-blower: Contractor mischief in Kabul 'over the top' - CNN.com

    Oh, :woot: ...... they're "cooperating". :rolleyes:



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    Good thing Obama got rid of all things Cheney & Bush ..... :rolleyes:

    Avis tries harder???

    "We're Number 2!!!!"



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