Blackwater Employees

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Blackwater Worldwide - Litigation and Legal Issues - Litigation Over Actions in Iraq
... See also Blackwater Baghdad shootings On October 11, 2007, the Center for Constitutional Rights filed suit against Blackwater under the Alien Tort Claims Act on behalf of an injured Iraqi and the families of ... Court in Alexandria, Virginia, alleging that Blackwater employees shot and killed three members of an Iraqi family, including a nine-year-old boy, who were traveling from the Baghdad airport to Baghdad on July 1 ... The Justice Department was originally not expected to bring criminal charges against any employees of the corporation however, in December 2008, the Justice ...
Blackwater Security Consulting - Notable Events & Controversies
... in Fallujah attacked a convoy containing four American private military contractors from Blackwater USA who were conducting delivery for food caterers ESS ... a congressional report by the House Oversight Committee found that Blackwater intentionally "delayed and impeded" investigations into the contractors' deaths ... escape, and then disappeared In April 2004, a small team of Blackwater employees, along with a fire team of U.S ...
Blackwater Worldwide - Non-Iraq Services - Baghdad
... On February 16, 2005, four Blackwater guards escorting a U.S ... that the shooting was not justified and that the Blackwater employees provided false statements to investigators ... The statements claimed that one of the Blackwater vehicles had been hit by insurgent gunfire, but the investigation concluded that one of the Blackwater guards had ...

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