Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Defense Contractor Guilty Of Poisoning Soldiers Wants Taxpayers To Pay

KBR's contract with the U.S. to rebuild Iraq’s oil infrastructure after the 2003 invasion includes an indemnity agreement protecting the company from legal liability, KBR claims in court filings. That agreement, KBR insists, means the federal government must pay the company's legal expenses plus the verdict won by 12 members of the Oregon National Guard who were exposed to the toxin at the Qarmat Ali water treatment plant.

Defense Contractor Guilty Of Poisoning Soldiers Wants Taxpayers To Pay