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10 Nov 2009

Autor:
Mark Mazzetti & James Risen, New York Times

Blackwater Said to Approve $1 Million in Iraqi Bribes After Shootings

Top executives at Blackwater Worldwide authorized secret payments of about $1 million to Iraqi officials that were intended to silence their criticism and buy their support after a September 2007 episode in which Blackwater security guards fatally shot 17 Iraqi civilians in Baghdad, according to former company officials…Four former executives said in interviews that Gary Jackson, who was then Blackwater’s president, had approved the bribes and that the money was sent from Amman, Jordan…to a top manager in Iraq. The executives, though, said they did not know whether the cash was delivered to Iraqi officials or the identities of the potential recipients…Stacy DeLuke, a spokeswoman for the company, now called Xe Services, dismissed the allegations as “baseless”…

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