Salt Lake City, UT – Private security companies employ nearly 50,000 people in Iraq, and many are non-US citizens recruited from third-world countries. In Sunday's Salt Lake Tribune, national security reporter Matthew LaPlante details the exploitation of these workers. Monday, LaPlante and others join Doug for a look at who is defending American assets in the Middle East - and what that means for human rights and for the US military.
- Read Matthew LaPlante's Exploitation in Iraq in The Salt Lake Tribune
- Read Kristina Mani's Latin America's Hidden War in Iraq
- See Professor Amos Guiora's University of Utah College of Law profile
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