Private security boss says US paid for unsuitable guards in Kabul


By Rosie Manins (September 3, 2021, 9:52 p.m. EDT) – The federal government has paid millions of dollars more than it should have for untrained private security personnel unfit to protect the US Embassy- United and other diplomatic sites in Kabul, Afghanistan, said a training supervisor in a whistleblower complaint just unsealed by a Georgia federal judge.

U.S. District Chief Justice Marc T. Treadwell on Thursday unsealed the March 2020 complaint against GardaWorld Federal Services LLC and its subsidiary Aegis Defense Services LLC by employee Justin Fahn, who was the unit support coordinator within the business emergency response team in Kabul.

Fahn claimed that many of his colleagues had not received the required training …

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