Is war-related corruption worse in Kabul, Baghdad or New York?

  1. Ralph Deeds profile image70
    Ralph Deedsposted 6 years ago

    DHB, which specialized in making body armor used by the military in Iraq and Afghanistan, paid for more than $6 million in personal expenses on behalf of Mr. Brooks, covering items as expensive as luxury cars and as prosaic as party invitations, Ms. Schlegel testified.

    Also included were university textbooks for his daughter, pornographic videos for his son, plastic surgery for his wife, a burial plot for his mother, prostitutes for his employees, and, for him, a $100,000 American-flag belt buckle encrusted with rubies, sapphires and diamonds.

    The expense-account abuse, the prosecution has said, represented a pittance compared with the $190 million that Mr. Brooks and another top employee are accused of making through a stock fraud scheme in which he falsified information about his company’s performance — including significantly overstating the inventory of bulletproof vests — to inflate the price of the stock before selling his shares in 2004.

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  2. SIVAGNANAM, V. profile image60
    SIVAGNANAM, V.posted 6 years ago

    Expenses incurred by aggressors in a defeated country cannot be taken as corruption. It is just sucking the blood of the people of those countries. Let Jesus pardon America for all its sins.