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Pentagon auditors have challenged nearly $1.5 billion worth of Halliburton Co.'s bills to the U.S. military, Democratic lawmakers say.
Placing the military's largest private contractor operating in Iraq under the microscope once again, House and Senate Democrats on Monday pointed to Pentagon audits criticizing Halliburton for inflating costs, billing for unnecessary equipment and submitting millions of dollars in duplicate costs on two contracts valued at more than $11 billion.
Originally posted by XyZeR
Funny to see how i only get replies on this thread from people who agree that this is reason enough to bring Dick and his Halliburton friends to trail...which won't happen i guess...
Originally posted by DEEZNUTZ
There is more than enough evidence to order an investigation into contracts given for Iraq(especially Haliburton). Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld should all be charged for crimes against the constitution.
Of course that will never happen on it's own, so it's time for the people to demand it, because the gov't works for you, not the other way around.