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Blackwater Attorneys Accuse Feds of Unfairly Second Guessing Indicted Security Guards

The legal combat over the combat in Iraq is already starting even before the indictments are unsealed for five Blackwater employees.

By Del Quentin Wilber and Julie Tate
Washington Post Staff Writers
WASHINGTON — Attorneys for five Blackwater Worldwide security guards charged in a 2007 shooting that left 17 Iraqi civilians dead accused the government yesterday of engaging in unfair second-guessing of the contractors’ actions in a combat zone.
The five guards — a sixth is in plea negotiations — were indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury in Washington in the shooting, which occurred on Sept. 16, 2007, in Baghdad’s bustling Nisoor Square, according to several sources familiar with the case. The indictment was sealed, and the exact charges are not known. The guards, all former military personnel, are expected to surrender to federal authorities tomorrow, the sources said.
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