Security company formerly known as Blackwater fined $7.5M

Aug 8, 2012 | Posted by: Mr_Bill | Full story: www.cbc.ca

The international security contractor formerly known as Blackwater has agreed to pay a $7.5 million US fine to settle federal criminal charges related to arms smuggling and other crimes.

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Does Eric Holder own Blackwater too?

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you poop in clean water

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In 2010, the company reached a $42 million settlement with the Department of State as part of a settlement of violations of the Arms Export Control Act and the International Trafficking in Arms Regulations.
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Blackwater was founded in 1997 in North Carolina by former Navy SEAL Erik Prince. The company rose to prominence after winning massive no-bid security contracts from the U.S. government at the beginning of the Iraq War.

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Im shock that Blackwater would make illegal arm trade to such Rogue states as Denmark and Sweden. who knows they might start going Viking again with these weapons from black Water.

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