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October 6, 2007

Cameras On Blackwater Vehicles

-- by Dave Johnson

Rice wants cameras installed in vehicles Blackwater uses for Iraq convoys - On Deadline - USATODAY.com,

Cameras will be installed in the company's vehicles and radio traffic will be recorded, the wire service says.
And the first video is now available:

Update - No, this is not really a video from Blackwater. This is a video that circulated around the blogosphere some time back, called the "Trophy Video." It came from a British mercenary company, similar to Blackwater, and was taken by mercenaries as they shot at cars (of course killing the drivers) while they drove around Baghdad. Apologies for my use of blog-insiderism, thinking everyone would get the point.

Posted by Dave Johnson at October 6, 2007 12:21 PM

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