Career Advancement At KBR Depends Upon Whom You Sleep With

Posted by | December 18, 2007 22:43 | Filed under: Top Stories

So says Linda Lindsey, who knows the case of Jamie Leigh Jones is not surprising. We just had Linda on radio. She fleshed out what is written below:

In a sworn affidavit for the Jones case, Lindsey said: “I saw rampant sexual harassment and discrimination…Well, first of all, a boss saying that he hired a woman because she told him that she puts out,” she added.
Her affidavit also said: “When anyone would report an incident of abuse or harassment, they would be threatened with a transfer to a more dangerous location.”

Funny, one of the justifications for going after repressive regimes was because of the way they treat women. But Dick Cheney’s (former?) contracting company is benefiting much more than womankind.

KHOU in Houston reports that four women have come forward to claim they were raped or harassed while working for the no-bid contracting company in Iraq.

In a sworn affidavit in the Jones case, SSG Kevin Rodgers, a Texas National Guard Soldier said:
“During my tour in Basra I encountered many unprofessional acts by the employees of KBR and the U.S. State Department.”

Why does this soldier hate America?

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By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.

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