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False Claims Act and Anti-Terrorism Act Lawsuits Target Military Contractors Who Allegedly Funded Al Qaeda and The Taliban

Between 2007 and 2014, the U.S. spent $89 billion on Department of Defense contracts in Afghanistan alone. Our government paid local contractors to transport goods and drive trucks, primarily because it was too dangerous to move around on the ground. But while taxpayer dollars were used to hire people to do risky jobs, they may have also ended in the pockets of anti-American terrorists. Funding Afghanistan's 'Warlords' Several Department of Defense...


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