Private Army: Security Firms in Iraq

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NPR's Michele Norris speaks to Dana Priest, intelligence reporter for The Washington Post, about the role of private security firms working in Iraq. Four employees of Blackwater Security Consulting were murdered and mutilated in Fallujah a week ago. Blackwater has a contract with the provisional administration in Iraq. Priest is the author of The Mission: Waging War and Keeping Peace with America's Military.

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