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  • Death, injury benefits a casualty of new war strategy, study says

    When soldiers and civilians are killed or injured, private contractors who supervise them use the veil of government immunity and other war-related legal arguments to limit financial payouts, according to an analysis by labor and law professor Michael LeRoy.

    When soldiers and civilians are killed or injured, private contractors who supervise them use the veil of government immunity and other war-related legal arguments to limit financial payouts, according to an analysis by labor and law professor Michael LeRoy.

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