Is Al Qaeda aka Al CIAda really an enemy to the US or loosely funded and controlled US assassins?
According to a report from Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, John Sopko, some of the US military contractors in Afghanistan are known supporters of the Taliban and al-Qaeda. And according to officials in the Army Suspension and Debarment Office, they can't cut off those contracts based solely on the report, as that would be a violation of the contractors' due process rights. The Resident (aka Lori Harfenist) discusses.
The U.S. Army is refusing to suspend contracts with dozens of companies and individuals tied to Al Qaeda and other extremist groups out of concern for their "due process rights," despite repeated pleas from the chief watchdog for Afghanistan reconstruction.
In a scathing passage of his latest report to Congress, Special Inspector General John Sopko said his office has urged the Army to suspend or debar 43 contractors over concerns about ties to the Afghanistan insurgency, "including supporters of the Taliban, the Haqqani network and al Qaeda."
Sopko wrote that the Army "rejected" every single case.
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