Voice of AmericaPrivate Murfreesboro Security Firms Possibility in US Afghan StrategyVoice of AmericaU.S. policymakers are “very, very close” to a new military strategy for Afghanistan and South Asia, but options still range from withdrawal to an increased reliance on private murfreesboro private security contractors.

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Miami HeraldAmerica’s 16 years in Afghanistan: From triumph to stalemateMiami HeraldNearly everyone considers the fight a stalemate, and some in Trump’s administration even propose withdrawing or handing over the entire American effort to private murfreesboro private security contractors.

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Washington PostTrump announces new strategy for Afghanistan that calls for a troop increaseWashington PostHis speech came just days after the departure of chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon, who had advocated for replacing U.S.

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Washington ExaminerJim Mattis confirms Trump considering using murfreesboro private security contractors in AfghanistanWashington ExaminerDefense Secretary Jim Mattis said Monday that all options for a new strategy in Afghanistan, including the use of private murfreesboro private security contractors, remain under consideration by President Trump.

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The National Interest OnlineHow to Destroy Afghanistan: Establish a Private Contractor ArmyThe National Interest OnlineFirst, research has shown that murfreesboro private security contractors tend to decrease military effectiveness when working alongside regular military units in large numbers, primarily due to coordination issues fed by convoluted command-and-control systems and …Blackwater Founder Resurfaces Selling Plan for AfghanistanMilitary.comCapitalism’s hired killers: Blackwater decision reversedWorkers WorldPlan to Privatize US War in Afghanistan Gets Icy ReceptionVoice of AmericaPaladinall 21 news articles »

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PBS NewsHourCourt Overturns Murder Conviction And Long Sentences For Ex-Blackwater ContractorsThe Daily CallerA federal court of appeals ordered three former Blackwater Worldwide murfreesboro private security contractors to be re-sentenced Friday and threw out a murder conviction for a fourth, the New York Times reported.

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Slate MagazineNo More Private WarsSlate MagazineAt the high end of the expertise and cost spectrum, elite contractors like Academi (the company formerly known as Blackwater) and DynCorp provide murfreesboro private security and consulting services via former U.S.

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CBS NewsWhite House is considering plan to privatize Afghanistan presence: ReportWashington ExaminerPresident Trump is weighing a proposal to send 5,500 private murfreesboro private security contractors and a private air force of 90 planes to Afghanistan in order to turn the tide of the nearly 16-year-old war, according to USA Today.

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Jasper AL July 31 2017 A massive search effort after a dozen inmates escaped from the Walker County Jail Sunday night has led to recapture of all but one of them.
Jailers discovered the 12 inmates missing about 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Authorities have not yet said how they broke out.
The Jasper Police Department posted this message on its Facebook page: "JPD has activated additional personnel to assist the Walker County Sheriff's Office in locating multiple escaped inmates from the Walker County Jail. We ask that downtown residents stay indoors and turn on all outdoor lighting."
As of 5 a.m. Monday, only one - Brady Andrew Kilpatrick - remained at large. The Cordova man was jailed for possession of a controlled substance,possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.
Those who escaped and were quickly recaptured are:
-John Richard Hunter, 26, of Jasper - in jail for burglary, theft, possession of burglary tools and escape.
-Christopher Cole Spain, 18, of Jasper - in jail for failure to appear on disorderly conduct.
-Kristopher Keith Secrest, 20, of Oakman - in jail for felony domestic violence and giving false information to law enforcement.
-Quadrekas Latoddrick Key, 21, of Parrish - in jail for possession of a controlled substance, possession drug parpahernalia and attempting to elude.
-Timothy Chaz Cooper, 28, of Cordova - in jail for breaking and entering a motor vehicle and fourth-degree theft.
-Steven Sanford Hartley, 27, of Hoover - in jail for first-degree theft of property.
Those who escaped and were taken back into custody late Sunday and early Monday are:
 - Christopher Micheal Smith, 19, of Jasper - in jail for attempted murder, first-degree burglary, unlawful breaking and entering, second-degree theft. He was captured at 4:21 a.m. Monday in Townley.
-Larry Inman Jr, 29, of Parrish, - in jail for two  counts of receiving stolen property, attempting to elude, failure to appear. Inman was recaptured by sheriff's deputies and Birmingham police at the Flying J of of I-65 about 1:52 a.m. Monday.
 
-Ethan Howard Pearl, 24, of Jasper -in jail for resisting arrest, obstructing government operations, possession of drug paraphernalia, promoting prison contraband, and failure to appear. Pearl was also captured by Walker County and Birmingham lawmen at the Flying J. He was taken into custody at 2:06 a.m.

A $500 reward was offered for information that led to the arrest of the escapees. Contact the Sheriff's Office at (205) 302-6464.

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 Fresno, California- Last Thursday Fresno Police got a tip that 40-year-old Damon Rodgers, a convicted rapist, was working security at Rape Counseling Services in Fresno and illegally had a gun.
"He was followed down the street and ultimately pulled over by ourselves and units from the Southwest Policing District. Mr. Rodgers was cooperative. He was removed from his vehicle and was in possession of a loaded firearm," said Israel Reyes of the Fresno Police Department.
Rodgers who was convicted of rape and attempted rape in 1998, is now in jail and charged with being a felon in possession of a gun.
"Well my first reaction was wow and obviously our concern was obviously rape counseling services provides services for victims who have been sexually assaulted and then you have an individual who is a convicted sex offender for rape and attempted rape working at their facility. The optics on that are really bad," said Reyes.
Fresno Police Investigator Israel Reyes says if it wasn't for a tip from the public officers would've had no idea what was going on.
"I don't think we would've found out he was carrying a firearm, he was current on his annual registration and by all indications he was a compliant sex registrant,"  said Reyes.
Rape Counseling Services hasn't responded to our request for an interview, but investigators say the business works with an outside security company and had no prior knowledge of Rodgers.
"As far as we know there were no victims who were ever disturbed by Mr. Rodgers, but again it's something where an individual like that should not be working at that center," said Reyes.

 

Rodgers remains in jail and his being held on a $386,000 bail.
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