http://www.democracynow.org/2007/12/11/headlines<br><br>Woman Reports Being Gang Raped by Halliburton Workers in Iraq<br>A woman in Houston, Texas has sued the company Halliburton and its former subsidiary KBR after she says she was gang raped by employees of the company in Baghdad. Jamie Leigh Jones, who was working for KBR at the time, says she was raped by multiple men at a KBR camp in the Green Zone. Jones accuses the company and the U.S. government of covering up the incident. Jones told ABC News that after she was raped, the company put her in a shipping container without food or water for at least 24 hours. She was also warned that if she left Iraq for medical treatment, she’d be out of a job. No one has been prosecuted for the rape. ABC News reported the alleged assailants will likely never face a judge and jury, due to a loophole that has effectively left contractors in Iraq beyond the reach of United States law.<br><br><br>[color:green]I'll never forget the day I saw THE GREAT DIVIDE on Willy Nelson's guitar.</font color=green>
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