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Blackwater Guard’s Lawyers Want Feds to Pay Legal Fees

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Lawyers for a former Blackwater guard charged in a fatal shooting in Iraq want the federal government to pay their legal fees now that a judge has dismissed the case against him.

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  • Spook

    Gee, I bet all the people sucked up in the drug war (well, at least those few who win) would like to get legal fees in a criminal prosecution also.

  • Martin

    Thank you for showing the face of this murderer !

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