Saturday, March 25, 2006

The Corruption In Iraq

One company has been fined for it's criminal activity in Iraq, and the gross level of corruption in Iraq is clear for all to see.

Another example of this addition difficultly in the rehabilitation of Iraq has been exposed.

The Justice Department said the translator, Faheem Mousa Salam, 27, of Livonia, Mich., probably acting as an intermediary for others who have not yet been identified, offered tens of thousands of dollars in bribes to people inside the Iraqi Interior Ministry for a contract to provide some $1 million in flak jackets and other equipment to an organization that trains Iraqi police officers.

so, who could he have been an agent for? Well, at least this one was caught.


Is our government ever going to do anything to help control this crime.


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