Corruption Immense in Oil for Food

Over half of the companies paid illegal surcharges or bribes in the Oil for Food program!

That ought to be headlines for a month if the media were were not so biased about their clear wish to print news that hurts the present administration and helps anyone else including the corrupt organization sitting in New York that opposes this country at every turn.

Half of the 4500 companies that took part in the UN oil-for-food programme in Iraq allegedly paid kickbacks or illegal surcharges and are being given a chance to respond to the accusations.

The UN-backed investigation will wrap up its work with a major report in early September on the US$64 billion operation and a final report in October on the companies involved in the purchase of Iraqi oil or sale of humanitarian goods under the programme, two top investigators told The Associated Press.

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