Shooting Judges, Pet Dogs, Fast Drivers and Pretty Much Everything In Sight


Blackwater's "protective services" in Iraq consisted in large part of indiscriminately shooting any car that drove near its convoys, according to 4,500 pages of records acquired by Gawker four years after requesting them under the Freedom of Information Act. Uploaded to Document Cloud.


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