Tuesday, December 08, 2009

And Don't Forget KBR

If Lt. Col. Jim Gentry and his doctors were right about the cause of his cancer, the Indiana National Guard officer didn't die for his country -- he died for defense contractor KBR.


In a lawsuit filed last year, Gentry and 15 other plaintiffs said KBR, at the time a subsidiary of Halliburton, was aware that soldiers and civilian contractors were being exposed to hexavalent chromium months before they told the people working at the site.

  Raw Story

....but hey, do what you want....you will anyway.


  1. How can this be? Privatizing doesn't work? This is news to me!


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