The U.S. military, stretched thin by wars in the Middle East and other conflicts, is relying more and more on contracted soldiers from private firms for military and security operations traditionally performed by our troops. But sadly, as a whistleblower lawsuit filed under the False Claims Act indicates sometimes these private forces fail to provide adequate and competent defense. Omar Badr, a medic for private military/security firm Triple Canopy, filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the company under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act, alleging it hired guards from Uganda that couldn’t properly shoot. According to the complaint, ... Read More
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