28 Jan 2009 The CIA station chief in Algiers is under investigation after claims that he drugged and raped two Algerian women at his official residence, according to a report. Law enforcement sources told ABC News that the 41-year-old officer had been sent home in October. He could face charges as early as next month. Investigators from the Justice Department allegedly found more than a dozen secretly recorded videotapes of the officer performing sex acts with other women. An official said one woman appeared to be in a "semi-conscious state".
Spy Boss Allegedly Drugged Muslim Women, Made Secret Sex Videos 28 Jan 2009 The CIA's station chief at its sensitive post in Algeria is under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for allegedly raping at least two Muslim women who claim he laced their drinks with a knock-out drug, U.S. law enforcement sources tell ABC News.
Speaking of rapists and terrorists on the US payroll: KBR Awarded Convoy Support Center Contract by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
28 Jan 2009 KBR today announced it has been awarded a $35.4 million contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Transatlantic Programs Center, Winchester, Va., for the Phase II design and construction of a convoy support center at Camp Adder in Iraq. The KBR team will design and construct a power plant, electrical distribution center, water purification and distribution system, waste water collection system, and associated information systems, along with paved roads at this site. Work on the project is expected to begin in February 2009. [OMG! After KBR just electrocuted a bunch of US soliders? See: KBR must be accountable for Iraq deaths-US senators 27 Jan 2009 U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday raised concerns about the U.S. military's increased use of
private contractors mercenaries in Iraq and Afghanistan, and said KBR and other companies should be held accountable for the electrocution deaths of U.S. soldiers and other mistakes crimes. Investigator: Soldier's electrocution 'negligent homicide' 22 Jan 2009. Halliburton Will Settle KBR Suit for $559 Million 27 Jan 2009 Halliburton, the huge oil services company in Houston, said yesterday that it has agreed to pay $559 million to settle corruption charges with the U.S. government linked to its former subsidiary KBR.]