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2003-03-29 01:17:57 (UTC)

Profit....

The first two links establish Cheney as CEO and Chairman
of the Board of the Halliburton company. The next link is
from yesterday's money section of USA Today online and
lists Halliburton as the top company to benefit
from the war. The next link is from the Halliburton site
and begins with the following:

"HOUSTON - KBR (Kellogg Brown & Root) has been awarded a
contract from the US Army Corps of Engineers to put into
action a contingency plan the company originally developed
at the Department of Defense's (DoD) request
for assessing and extinguishing oil well fires in Iraq and
evaluating and repairing, as directed by the US
government, the country's petroleum infrastructure. KBR is
the engineering and construction subsidiary of
Halliburton."

http://www.halliburton.com/news/archive/1999/corpnws_102699
.jsp

http://www.halliburton.com/news/archive/2000/corpnws_020100
.jsp

http://www.usatoday.com/money/2003-03-26-rebuild.htm

http://www.halliburton.com/news/archive/2003/kbrnws_032403.
jsp

The following link contains more information about
HALLIBURTON KBR (formerly known as Brown & Root):

http://www.bcb.co.uk/database/Member39.htm

The following link is from a corporate watch site and
begins:

Employees of Kellogg, Brown & Root, a subsidiary of Vice
President Dick Cheney's former company, Halliburton
Corporation of Dallas, Texas, are set to arrive at the
Bagram airbase in southern Afghanistan in late April or
early May 2002 (the exact date is classified) to take over
the support services a Force Provider camp. They are also
scheduled to arrive at the Khanabad airbase in Uzbekistan,
one of the main military support stations
for the war in Afghanistan, to run three Air Force Harvest
Eagle camps (an earlier version of Force Provider) for the
1,500 U.S troops based there since October, according to
Daniel McGinty, a spokesman at the Defense Contract
Management Agency.

http://www.corpwatch.org/issues/PID.jsp?articleid=2471

The more that I dig, the worse it gets.


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