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A Peek Behind The US Embassy in Baghdad

It's going to compare with the Vatican in size. Do they really need to spend 592 million dollars? But this is not what the story is about. Supposedly the project is totally screwed up. Oh, what a huuuuge shock, not!

Holding workers passports, labour trafficking, and worker abuse.
A contractor states this:
Brutal and inhumane, he said. "I've never seen a project more f---ed up. Every US labor law was broken."
In a resignation letter, Owen told First Kuwaiti and US State Department officials that his managers physically assaulted and beat the construction workers, demonstrated little regard for worker safety and routinely breached security.
That's just a few things mentioned in this article.