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British security co. sued over death of US soldier

A British private security company is being sued in the United States over the death of a U.S. soldier hit by one of its convoys in Iraq…. The case [is] believed to be the first of its kind…. The case against Erinys, filed in a court in Houston, Texas, on Wednesday and also in London, was brought by Perry Monroe, father of Christopher Monroe, a U.S. soldier who was struck by an Erinys vehicle while on duty in southern Iraq in October 2005…. Erinys, which provided security to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at the time of the incident, denied any wrongdoing. [also refers to Blackwater]

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Blackwater USA lawsuit (re 16 Sep 2007 Baghdad incident)

UK security firm Erinys sued in US over death of US soldier in Iraq