Wednesday, February 07, 2007

US Sent 363 Tons of Shrink-wrapped Cash to Baghdad

Where does Halliburton, Bechtel, Blackwater Services, Parsons come into this, and is this 4 billion reflected in that 9 billion in US missing funds from the Bushopotamia money pit.. er I mean Iraq? More here.













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U.S. sent pallets of cash to Baghdad

The US sent more than $4 billion in cash to Baghdad on giant pallets - weighing a total of 363 tons - aboard military planes shortly before giving control back to Iraqis. "Who in their right mind would send 363 tons of cash into a war zone? But that's exactly what our government did," said Representative Henry Waxman, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, during a hearing reviewing possible waste, fraud and abuse of funds in Iraq.

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At 4:56 PM, Anonymous openeye said...

I am surprised that more Americans have not commented on this issue. This is a smack in Americans face. It is a disgrace of Justice System. Some of the fools that signed off on this fool/fool like a fox, move need to go to JAIL. Why are the sheep so silent in this country. To beat that there is a closed investigation of this matter. Another slap in our face. Steal 30 dollars from the IRS and see what will happen to you, or tell your boss that you can't find out what happen to $50.00 of the day's revenue. You will be looked upon as stealing. But not our trusted legistlator and executive branch. SOME PEOPLE NEED TO GO TO JAIL NOW.

 

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