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#OnThisDay in 2007, Blackwater private security contractors killed and wounded dozens of Iraqi civilians in Baghdad's Nisour Square. @AJHeadtoHead  challenges Blackwater founder Erik Prince on his firm's role in Iraq & his plan to privatise the Afghan war

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Three former Blackwater contractors convicted over the 2007 Nisour Square massacre in Iraq have their sentences reduced by half or more @AFP 

3 former Blackwater security contractors were sentenced to roughly half of their original 30-year prison terms for the deadly 2007 shooting of unarmed Iraqi civilians in Baghdad’s Nisour Square, widely seen as one of the darkest moments of the Iraq war

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Ex-Blackwater contractor gets life in prison for his role in the 2007 Nisour Square massacre in Iraq@AFP 

Former Blackwater employee was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the first-degree murder of an Iraqi citizen in the 2007 infamous Nisour Square Massacre. 14 unarmed Iraqi civilians died, including two boys &18 others were injured.

NYT: Trump has requested the preparation of paperwork needed to pardon a Navy SEAL accused of killing a captive and shooting unarmed civilians in Iraq & a Blackwater security contractor found guilty over the Nisour Square massacre in Baghdad, among others

Who were “the chanting barbarians” in Iraq? And how does Blackwater founder Erik Prince respond to the guilty verdict against his men over the Nisour Square massacre? goes ‘head to head’ with Erik Prince - Watch LIVE now on :

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A federal jury found a former Blackwater security contractor guilty in the 2007 shooting of dozens of unarmed Iraqis in Nisour Square in Baghdad

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It was the third time since 2014 that Nicholas A. Slatten, 35, was on trial over the deaths at a crowded traffic circle in Baghdad’s Nisour Square on Sept. 16, 2007.

The defendant, an ex-Army sniper who was a civilian security contractor in Iraq, has gone on trial twice on murder charges stemming from a notorious 2007 incident in which Blackwater guards opened fire on civilians in Baghdad's Nisour Square

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Blackwater guards found guilty in Baghdad’s Nisour Square massacre: (Khalid Mohammed/AP)

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It would be developed by Erik Prince, whose private military company, Blackwater, was responsible for killing 17 civilians in Baghdad in what's been called the Nisour Square Massacre

17 were killed, 20 injured. Victims and escapees of the Nisour Square massacre in Baghdad break their silence on the horrors they witnessed.

DETAILS: Washington DC jury found former Blackwater guards guilty of manslaughter in Nisour Square, Baghdad shooting

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