Report: State Dept. extends Blackwater contract in Iraq | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Report: State Dept. extends Blackwater contract in Iraq

The mercenary group formerly known as Blackwater International, which was banned from Iraq by its government after a Baghdad massacre which killed 17 civilians, will see its contract extended in the country by the U.S. State Department, according to a published report.

Controversy has surrounded the private security firm practically since it was founded, but erupted anew recently when former employees accused Blackwater’s founder and former CEO of murdering or facilitating the murders of other employees who were preparing to blow the whistle on his alleged criminal activities.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well, there's one thing you can say about Erik Prince, Blackwater's founder: he does know where the bodies are buried...literally.

Otherwise, in the case of an ever mushrooming scandal, how do you explain this contract renewal?

Unflipping believable.

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