Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Aw, that's too bad

It's too bad when bad people might have to face justice...and in this country really really rare:

One of the highest-profile prosecutions stemming from the Iraq war period is to go ahead after the US supreme court refused to dismiss manslaughter and weapons charges against four employees of the private security company Blackwater Worldwide.

Supreme court justices declined to review a ruling by a US appeals court that reinstated the criminal charges against the guards for their involvement in the incident, in which 17 Iraqi civilians died and 20 were wounded.


StonyPillow said...

That was two brands ago. Academi, formerly known as Xe, which was formerly known as Blackwater. Completely different.

Anonymous said...

Yup, completely different. Is Eric Prince still hiding out in Kuwait or wherever over there?