Partying Security Contracting Group Pays $7.5 M Fine

The private contracting company whose employees were accused of sexual hazing and throwing wild, drunken parties in Afghanistan settled a lawsuit with the U.S. government by agreeing to pay a $7.5 million fine, the Department of Justice said today. Along with its affiliates, ArmorGroup North America, which was contracted in part to guard the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, agreed to pay the fine to "resolve allegations" that the company lied in State Department contracts and allowed its employees, with...Full Story
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