erik prince

The Mueller report showed that the Trump associate lied to Congress about meeting with an influential Russian.
The special counsel's team suggested Prince, brother of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, lied to Congress, and it portrayed the mercenary as amateurish.
The former Blackwater chief said the campaign huddle focused on "Iran policy," and suggested a congressional hearing transcript when he failed to mention it was inaccurate.
The crown princes of the UAE and Saudi Arabia offered help to the Trump presidential campaign, the New York Times reports.
Robert Mueller is focusing on a 2017 clandestine meeting between a Trump supporter and a Russian with ties to Putin.
Robert Mueller has zeroed in on the clandestine affair in recent weeks.
Plus: His surprisingly warm reception from Mattis, his troubles with McMaster, why he's comfortable profiting off wars, and finally some details on that shady Russian connection.
Erik Prince, immensely wealthy mercenary, has recently made a grab at the business opportunity still represented by these wars.
Multilateral diplomatic divorces of this nature are not something that occur haphazardly.
A new report by a cybersecurity firm finds that Pawn Storm launched a phishing attack against Academi in 2014.
Erik Prince, founder of the now-defunct mercenary firm Blackwater and current chairman of Frontier Services Group, is under
Latin American mercenaries are leaving the ranks of the national armies of their countries to fight in the deserts of Yemen, wearing the uniform of the United Arab Emirates. They have been contracted by private US companies and in some cases directly by the government of the Arab country, which, thanks to vast oil reserves, has the second largest economy of the region.
A congressional report found Blackwater personnel were involved in almost 200 shootings in Iraq between 2005 and 2007. In addition to having been accused of shooting many Iraqi civilians while in Iraq, the company earned more than $1 billion.
As the fight against the Islamic State unfolds, the take of Erik Prince, the founder of the former private security firm
Our state of affairs goes against a pinnacle of American justice, equality before law, facilitating everything from war crimes, to torture, to domestic spying, to a predatory, ravenous Wall Street that feeds on the middle class with impunity.