Sunday, December 14, 2008

Ice served to U.S. forces in trucks that had been used to carry human remains

U.S military contractor KBR, a former subisidary of Halliburton, is facing a number of lawsuits over its activities in Iraq, and elsewhere.

KBR is the largest contractor for the United States Army and a top-ten contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense.

In one class-action suit Joshua Eller, a civilian who worked for the U.S. Air Force in 2006 at the Balad air force base northeast of Baghdad, alleges KBR 'knowingly and intentionally supplied to U.S. forces and other individuals food that was expired, spoiled, rotten, or that may have been contaminated with shrapnel, or other materials'.

KBR 'supplied water which was contaminated, untreated, and unsafe', Eller charged, detailing a number of examples.

He said Halliburton and KBR 'shipped ice served to U.S. forces in trucks that had been used to carry human remains and that still had traces of body fluids and putrefied remains.'
Full story here

3 comments:

N.W.O.O. said...

Hi JBrown! Good blog mate! We must spread the word about the New World Order.
Thanks for the link. I´ll link you too!

Curious said...

That is amazing...that it still happens in this day and age.

Rachel Tamed said...

God Bless you, Dick Cheney. You are a real American.