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2 Dyncorp Whistleblowers Win Cases After Being Fired for Exposing Rampant Child Sex Trafficking in the Organization

2 Dyncorp Whistleblowers Win Cases After Being Fired for Exposing Rampant Child Sex Trafficking in the Organization

Two former employees of DynCorp, the government contracting powerhouse, won legal victories after charging that the $2 billion-a-year firm fired them when they complained that co-workers were involved in a Bosnia sex-slave trade. The court actions -- one in the UK, the other in Fort Worth, Texas -- suggest that the company did not move aggressively enough when reports of sexual misconduct among its employees began ...
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Commerce Secretary Ron Brown Killed in Mysterious Plane Crash. Autopsy Shows Bullet Hole in Skull.

Commerce Secretary Ron Brown Killed in Mysterious Plane Crash. Autopsy Shows Bullet Hole in Skull.

Bill Clinton appointed Ron Brown Commerce Secretary, partly as a reward for Ron Brown's success as a campaign fund raiser. From day one, allegations surrounded the exact means and methods by which this success was attained. Investigations into Ron Brown's activities (his son would later plead guilty to money laundering) were nearing the point of indictments, and Ron Brown had publicly stated that he would not ...
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Lying Hillary Makes Up a Story about "Landing Under Sniper Fire" in Bosnia

Lying Hillary Makes Up a Story about “Landing Under Sniper Fire” in Bosnia

In her March 17, 2008, foreign-policy speech on Iraq, then-Sen. Hillary Clinton recalled a trip she made to Tuzla, Bosnia, on March 26, 1996. “I remember landing under sniper fire,” Hillary said of her visit while she was first lady. “There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into ...
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The Erased of Slovenia: Over 25,000 Permanent Residents Lose their Citizenship and thus all of their Rights (Work, Travel, Bank, Pensions, etc.)

The Erased of Slovenia: Over 25,000 Permanent Residents Lose their Citizenship and thus all of their Rights (Work, Travel, Bank, Pensions, etc.)

Slovenia has always been the most prosperous of the six former Yugoslav republics: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia. It's a small but proud country, and that pride is often taken as arrogance, especially by other Balkan nations. When the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) began to dissolve in 1991, Slovenia was the first to declare independence. After a quick 10-day war, the ...
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