Thu, 25 May 2017
First, Sallyport, a major US military contractor in Iraq hired two investigators to check out operations there. The investigators found evidence of security violations, alcohol smuggling, theft of U.S. government equipment and sex trafficking, which, investigative reporter Desmond Butler of the Associated Press says, got them fired and their report buried. But not for long. The investigators told Butler what they’d found and what had happened to them and their report, and then things got really ugly.