Pentagon: No criminal charges filed in electrocution death of Green Beret soldier in Iraq | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Pentagon: No criminal charges filed in electrocution death of Green Beret soldier in Iraq

No criminal charges will be filed against military contractor KBR Inc. in connection with the electrocution of a Green Beret soldier who died while showering in his barracks in Iraq, the Defense Department said Friday.

On Friday, the Defense Department said that while both contractors and government employees "breached their respective duties of care" the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command determined that none of the breaches alone were "the proximate cause of his death." Army criminal investigators also concurred that the manner of death was accidental.

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Great: corporate greed and connections rule, while every American soldier on a tour of duty is completely expendable.

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