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Shows featuring Michael Doyle

  • Indiana Guardsmen Sue KBR Over Chemical Exposure in Iraq Kbrweb
    Sixteen Indiana National Guard soldiers have sued the Houston-based defense contractor KBR, saying the company knowingly allowed them to be exposed to a toxic chemical in Iraq in 2003. The soldiers were providing security for KBR during repairs of a water treatment plant in southern Iraq shortly after the US invasion. The suit claims the site was contaminated for six months by hexavalent...
    December 04, 2008 | Story