The $75 million police training facility in Iraq, which was to be a key part of U.S. efforts to help Iraqis take control of their own security, was so poorly constructed that feces and urine now rain from the ceilings in student barracks, and the campus may need to be partially demolished, the Washington Post reported. “This is the most essential civil security project in the country — and it’s a failure,” said Stuart W. Bowen Jr., the special inspector general for Iraq reconstruction. “The Baghdad police academy is a disaster.”
Posted by Phillip Brownlee
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