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20 October 2008

Response from GROS to FOI request about Scottish census contract [UK]

Author: General Register Office for Scotland (GROS)

…EU procurement rules…do not allow…unsubstantiated allegations to be used as a reason for not awarding a contract...GROS had been fully informed by the company about the work which [CACI]…undertook at Abu Ghraib…the unsuccessful legal cases against...

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20 October 2008

UK: NGO says Scottish Register Office (GROS) contract with CACI ignores company’s involvement in Abu Ghraib

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1 September 2008

Human Rights Litigation and the Corporate Accountability Movement

Author: Jennifer Green, Center for Constitutional Rights & Beth Stephens, Rutgers School of Law

Corporate impunity is one of the most important challenges facing the world today. Activists from around the world are working to develop effective mechanisms to hold corporations accountable for human rights abuses...The challenges posed by corporate...

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1 July 2008

Abu Ghraib inmates sue contractors, claim torture

Author: David Dishneau, Associated Press

Three Iraqis and a Jordanian filed federal lawsuits Monday alleging they were tortured by U.S. defense contractors while detained at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq in 2003 and 2004. The lawsuits allege that those arrested and taken to the prison were...

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1 July 2008

CACI Rejects Copycat Lawsuits and False Allegations

Author: CACI

CACI International Inc announced today that it is responding vigorously to the malicious and unfounded lawsuits filed by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR). CACI totally rejects and denies all of the allegations and claims in these new legal...

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1 July 2008

Ex-Abu Ghraib detainees sue military contractors for torture

Author: Deirdre Jurand, Jurist [USA]

Four former Abu Ghraib detainees filed lawsuits [links to plaintiffs' materials] Monday against two private US military contractors and three of their employees, alleging torture, war crimes and civil conspiracy. The former detainees said that...

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30 June 2008

CCR Files Four New Abu Ghraib Torture Lawsuits Targeting Military Contractors in U.S. Courts

Author: Center for Constitutional Rights

Four former Abu Ghraib detainees who were wrongly imprisoned, tortured and later released without charge are suing two U.S. military contractor corporations and three individual contractors, according to four separate lawsuits being filed today by...

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6 May 2008

Former Abu Ghraib Prisoner Accuses CACI, L-3 of Torture in Suit

Author: Carlyn Kolker, Bloomberg

A blacksmith who claims he was tortured at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq sued CACI International Inc. and L-3 Communications Holdings Inc., which provide services to the U.S. military. Emad Al-Janabi...accused the companies of torture, war crimes and...

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1 February 2008

The War Comes Home

Author: Daphne Eviatar, American Lawyer

...[D]eaths of American civilians working for private companies contracting with the U.S. military is a relatively new phenomenon... In May 2005...[nine] drivers who survived [an April 2004 Baghdad] massacre--and relatives of those who didn’t--sued...

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16 January 2008

[PDF] full report: "Private Security Contractors at War: Ending the Culture of Impunity"

Author: Human Rights First

This report examines the dramatically expanded role of private security contractors (PSCs) in Iraq and Afghanistan. It describes the failure of the U.S. government to effectively control their actions, and in particular the inability or unwillingness...

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