Posts Tagged “contracts”

Media spins politics in state government issues

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Media spins politics in state government issues

Media spins politics in state government issues The Daily Herald has been doing a lot of stories critical of the Illinois Tollway Authority. Some think it has less to do with good journalism and more to do with the friendship between the newspaper’s reporter and a controversial member of the Tollway Authority board who has…

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HANANIA: NEWS: Halliburton corruption case goes to the jury, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 10-16-08

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Halliburton corruption case goes to the jury By Ray Hanania — (Peoria, Il., Thurs. 10-16-08) – The controversial prosecution of a Chicago area man accused of taking a bribe while managing contracts for Halliburton in Kuwait during the start of the Iraq War was turned over to a Federal Jury Wednesday following three weeks of testimony….

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HANANIA: Iraq war corruption cases go beyond simple “fraud” For Immediate Release, April 8, 2008

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Iraq war corruption cases go beyond simple “fraud” By Ray Hanania — This week, a suburban Chicago man who once held a management position at a company that sub-contracted war-related services in Iraq through Halliburton, will finally face trial on charges of corruption. Halliburton and the sub-contractor, Kellogg Brown & Root Inc., (KBR), have seen…

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