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Embassy guards visited sex-slave brothels, whistleblower claims

A former director for a private security firm responsible for guarding the U.S. Embassy in Kabul says he was fired for repeatedly warning his superiors that company managers and guards frequented brothels staffed by Chinese sex slaves, and that U.S. recruits bragged about buying women for $20,000 each in order to turn a quick profit. James Gordon…sued ArmorGroup North America [owned by Wackenhut, part of G4S], a handful of subcontractors, parent company Wackenhut Services and interim CEO Jerry Hoffman in Federal Court… Gordon claims ArmorGroup's project manager and employees regularly visited brothels where they had sex with Chinese sex slaves, and that the company lied about the allegations in a report to Congress...