September 22, 2007 at 7:37 am | Posted in blackwater, Iraq | 3 Comments

Blackwater shoots up innocent civilians and the State Department forces Iraq into continuing to allow it to work unfettered in the country, but what will most likely bring Blackwater down is arms smuggling. My goodness. Hey Condi, this isn’t helping that legacy of yours.


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  1. Nice to see that you read the entire story before denigrating the entire company:

    ” A U.S. government official said the U.S. attorney’s office in Raleigh, North Carolina, is investigating _individual_ Blackwater employees — NOT (emphasis is mine) the company — for illegal weapons deals.

    A company source acknowledged to CNN that two Blackwater employees were fired for buying guns with Blackwater money and selling them without the consent or knowledge of the company. It was not clear where the arms were bought and sold.”

  2. That company does not deserve any respect, Brian. They roam in Iraq above the law, immune from prosecution, able (as so clearly shown with last Sunday’s incident) to kill any Iraqi and get away with it. I’m sorry but that is not a company I can show any respect for.

  3. I never said you had to respect Blackwater–please don’t misunderstand me. I simply stated that you failed to present the entire story.

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