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Should Blackwater be responsible for deaths in Iraq?

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Background

According to attorneys, Blackwater is directly responsible for the deaths of innocent civilians[1]. Should Blackwater be responsible for these deaths, or were they collateral casualties of war?

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Arguments For

Yes, Blackware is be responsible for deaths.

They did not do their job and acted illegally.

Arguments Against

No, Blackwater is not responsible for deaths.

They are just doing the job of politicians.

Sources


 1  Blackwater Founder Accused in Court of Intent to Kill Aug 28, 2009 Markon, Jerry (www.washingtonpost.com)

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#politics To a degree, I think there is some responsibility that falls on the company. But I can't help to think that the politicians that hired the company would be at larger fault here. - thorie (twitter) 0

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