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Working in Iraq
Email: kisshoten12 (nospam) hotmail.com
01 Jan 2006
Contractors, Marcenaries, Private soldiers -- whatever you call them... they are working in Iraq
Just like you work for a company like IBM
Or any other corporation in the world,
"Is that corporation doing a service or disservice to society...
And if you believe they're doing a disservice,
And you still work for them, what does that make you!?"
<2 Links from Google search result>
AEGIS Specialist Risk Management
AEGIS foundation. AEGIS is a British specialist security and risk management
company based in London. It comprises three operating divisions: ...
http://www.aegisworld.com/ - 9k - Cached - Similar pages
Telegraph | News | 'Trophy' video exposes private security ...
Aegis conducts a number of security duties and helped with the collection of ...
the media without clearing it with the project management or Aegis London. ...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2005/11/27/wirq27.x - 33k - 29 Dec 2005 - Cached - Similar pages
Wow, there are so many 'shadow companies' working there...
A post I saw on their Message Board
"May, Im sure you wont get the truth which is they were arrested by Polish soldiers for being very drunk and violent. The second major problem you have is, why is it the Army have CDT's? Im sure you can think of a dozen reasons right now. Shouldnt Aegis be having CDT's aswell for the exact same reasons, drugs is becoming a problem in Iraq especially performance enhancing drugs...."
Mr Spicer's Thoughts about this site
(Lieutenant Colonel Tim Spicer, OBE)
"My major concern is one of OPSEC - either that of our clients or our own individuals - posting unblanked photos may not be so clever. Anything that is of use to AIF should not be allowed to flourish.
I am also concerned about media interest in this site and I remind everyone of their contractual obligation not to speak to or assist the media without clearing it with the project management or Aegis London. This site could be construed in this way."
And let us think about why children throw stones at 'American Convoy'...
by watching what they did in Fallujah in November 2004 as a start?
(WARNING: Above contains many very disturbing images)
Oh, I've just got another link to see Dubya wasted.
and Happy New Year to you all!
Illustration: Matt Golding
Reminds me of what Donna Mulhearn told me,
That she cannot watch/hear fireworks anymore...
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