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The New York Times reveals the biggest scam to recruit Americans in Iraq

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The New York Times reveals the biggest scam to recruit Americans in Iraq

Post by rocky on Wed 05 Feb 2014, 7:17 am

The New York Times reveals the biggest scam to recruit Americans in Iraq



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The New York Times reveals the biggest scam to recruit Americans in Iraq
Baghdad - and babysit - newspaper "New York Times", Wednesday, for that U.S. officials are conducting an investigation into fraud in the program of recruitment in the U.S. military in Iraq, and as pointed out that the investigation includes 1,200 people, including two generals and dozens of colonels, pointed out that the money paid to meet recruitment illegally up to 100 million dollars.

The newspaper said in its edition today I followed news agency public opinion (and babysit), he was "being investigated with more than 1,200 Americans on fraud in the program of recruitment in the U.S. Army in the Iraq war, which led to increase the number of recruits during the war illegally," indicating that "the fraud continued for a long time have not been exposed for years among recruits in the National Guard within the recruitment program in the army and paid the money of more than 100 million dollars."

She explained that "officials in the U.S. military stating they have in front of a Senate hearing on Tuesday the existence of a major operation to the involvement of more than 1,200 people, including 200 of them officers, including two generals and dozens who are colonels", highlighting the words of Army criminal investigators that "soldiers and civilians and soldiers of the National Guard took advantage of the program of recruitment to get bonuses and raising funds illegally to recruit people. "

It added that "in the framework of the program, the soldiers of the National Guard and their relatives, as well as civilians and retirees and others signed until the recruitment process to meet up to $ 7,500 for each new recruit," Mrdfah that "the investigators said that in many cases, were contacted directors of secondary schools to discuss the possibility of access to personal information for their students to see the possibility of joining the army. "

It quoted Maj. Gen. Quantock, commanding general of the Army of the United States for criminal investigations, said that "the payments fraudulent and got to the count so far amounting to 29 million dollars and could, at the end of the investigation, approaching 100 million dollars," noting that he "was investigated in nine cases between 2007 and 2009 and that by 2010, there were 10 other cases, investigators then realized that we have, a widespread problem and that the investigation may continue until 2016 because of the size of the fraud. "

He noted that "one person is now under prosecution obtained through fraud on the 275 000 dollars under the program of recruitment, and got four others on more than 100 000 dollars each, according to papers released Monday by a committee in the Senate."

He added that the workers in the recruitment got bonuses were divided with supervisors on military recruitment, and to prevent others from getting those bonuses, noting that the money obtained recorded for the program, and then was replaced by private banking information to their assistants civilians.

The U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, and President of the Senate committee held a hearing, in which she is responsible for anger and surprise, indicating she listened to Army investigators to describe the fraud that took place in the framework of the program of recruitment and it began in 2005 at the height of the Iraq war to address the lack of recruitment of the National Guard. G / H

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