I always knew Erik Prince (above) was a seriously hinky character, and now we’re seeing yet another side of him, a seriously kinky aspect, which should surprise no one given the hypocrisy rampant among “Christian crusaders”. Grab a barf bag before proceeding with this story:
And these are the people who would prescribe the morals by which the rest of the world is supposed to abide? And their job is to enforce those “values” at gunpoint?No wonder the Iraqis lost no time killing those four mercs and stringing their mutilated bodies up on the bridge at Fallujah:BTW, for those who want to know all the background on Blackwater, Jeremy Scahill wrote the book. I recommend it highly, but be warned: it will cost you several hours’ worth of sleep, and will haunt you long after you put it down. And I’ll bet this latest finding will be a chapter all unto itself, to boot.
New disturbing charges have emerged against XE, the infamous private security firm formerly known as Blackwater Worldwide, whose operations came under spotlight after its 2007 carnage in Baghdad.According to a report by MSNBC and based on alleged sworn declarations by two Blackwater employees in federal court, the firm used child prostitutes at its compound in Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone.The declarations added Iraqi minors got involve in sexual acts with Blackwater members in exchange for one dollar and Erik Prince, the firm’s owner, “failed to stop the ongoing use of prostitutes, including child prostitutes, by his men.”Based on other statements, the firm was involved in another sex scandal; “Prince’s North Carolina operations had an ongoing wife-swapping and sex ring, which was participated in by many of Mr. Prince’s top executives.”