...do they not have the evidence? if they were investigators, I would think they would have more than just 'he-said-she-said' evidence--if it was more than just small time stuff
--enormous generators ''stolen''? that should be documented somewhere, yes?
--plane ''seesawed'' because of ''overweight''? they would have had to get that past the pilot---unsafe..if, not, the pilot knew he was flying an unsafe airplane ?--the pilot doesn't know the weight of the airplane? or it was placed in the wrong area--would have to be a lot of weight though
''seesaw'' ? what exactly does that mean? when?
all this sounds fishy--could be true--but sounds fishy
Sallyport disputes the claims
The article blamed the company for failing to prevent the removal of Iraqi-owned generators from a location on the Balad base that Sallyport does not control or is assigned to protect. The incident was promptly reported to both the Iraqi Base Commander and US government contracting officials. See attached Document #4 (names redacted for privacy and security reasons).