The Iraqi Case Against Blackwater The Iraqi National Police have assembled a file of evidence against Blackwater USA, the security contractor reportedly involved in the Sept. 16 shooting deaths of 11 Iraqis. A leaked copy of the report suggests Blackwater guards opened fire unprovoked from the ground and the air.
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The Iraqi Case Against Blackwater

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The Iraqi Case Against Blackwater

The Iraqi Case Against Blackwater

The Iraqi Case Against Blackwater

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The Iraqi National Police have assembled a file of evidence against Blackwater USA, the security contractor reportedly involved in the Sept. 16 shooting deaths of 11 Iraqis. Newsweek reporter Kevin Peraino says the Iraqi report suggests Blackwater guards opened fire unprovoked from the ground and the air.