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U.S. Mercenaries Accused of Abetting Genocide

Author: Robert Kahn, Courthouse News Service, Published on: 18 August 2010

A private U.S. defense contractor "trained and equipped the Croatian military for Operation Storm and designed the Operation Storm battle plan," which killed or displaced more than 200,000 Serbs in 1995…the Genocide Victims of Krajina say in Chicago Federal Court. They demand billions of dollars in damages from MPRI…and L-3 Communications, which bought MPRI for $40 million in 2000. "This is a class action brought by ethnic Serbs who resided in the Krajina region of Croatia up to August 1995 and who then became victims of the Croatian military assault known as Operation Storm - an aggressive, systematic military attack and bombardment on a demilitarized civilian population that had been placed under the protection of the United Nations," the 40-page complaint begins.

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Related companies: L-3 Communications MPRI (part of L-3 Communications)