Insight Magazine
DynCorp Disgrace
  Kelly Patricia O'Meara
February 4, 2002


Having just learned that the Empire has made Afghanistan safe for child
molesters, we now discover that U.S. personnel in Bosnia are also
delighting in dalliances with minors. According to one former employee,
American employees of DynCorp (how's that for a generic corporate name?)
working as contractors to maintain military aircraft for the Empire's
occupation forces in Bosnia actually bought and sold women -- and
underage girls -- for sex:

>  According to the Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organization Act
>  (RICO) lawsuit filed in Texas on behalf of the former DynCorp
>  aircraft mechanic, "in the latter part of 1999 [Ben] Johnston 
>  learned that employees and supervisors from DynCorp were engaging 
>  in perverse, illegal and inhumane behavior [and] were purchasing
>  illegal weapons, women, forged passports and [participating in]
>  other immoral acts. Johnston witnessed coworkers and supervisors
>  literally buying and selling women for their own personal
>  enjoyment, and employees would brag about the various ages and
>  talents of the individual slaves they had purchased."
>  ... He laughs bitterly recalling the work habits of a DynCorp 
>  employee in Bosnia who "weighed 400 pounds and would stick 
>  cheeseburgers in his pockets and eat them while he worked. The 
>  problem was he would literally fall asleep every five minutes. 
>  One time he fell asleep with a torch in his hand and burned a 
>  hole through the plastic on an aircraft." This same man, 
>  according to Johnston, "owned a girl who couldn't have been 
>  more than 14 years old."

Imagine the possibilities for personal fulfilment and self-realization!
Here's a person totally devoid of sexual attractiveness, finally liberated 
from the heartless anti-obesity discrimination so rampant in today's America 
and, for once in his life, able to enjoy the sexual favors of a young, 
attractive girl. It warms my heart, it does.

>  "They talk about it and brag about how much they pay for them -- 
>  usually between $600 and $800. In fact, there was this one guy
>  who had to be 60 years old who had a girl who couldn't have been 
>  14."

Now, before you condemn such a relationship, think a moment. Maybe we
shouldn't be judgmental towards a senior who found the chance to revisit
his long-vanished youth, while serving as a sexual mentor to a vulnerable 
young person who might otherwise obtain such instruction from someone less 
qualified. Surely the emperor Tiberius would have approved! Perhaps the 
newly wealthy Bill Clinton should consider buying a home in Bosnia to serve 
as a patron and advisor to unfortunate young girls and women. You know, to 
minister to them.

According to this former employee, the management of the project and many 
of the employees were deeply involved with the local mafia. Luckily, the 
guys involved were not prosecuted by the Bosnians, because the Empire, like 
all proper empires, claims extraterritoriality for its minions in conquered 
lands. Most are now safe back at home. Of course, U.S. prosecutors have no 
interest in such peccadilloes committed overseas.

There was also massive defrauding of the Empire by DynCorp employees,
widespread drunkeness on the job, and so on. But surely that's a small 
price to pay for the chance to set a progressive example and advance the
enlightenment and moral development of a people ravaged by war -- even if 
it was a war the Empire itself provoked.

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