Move Erik Prince's New Book "Civilian Warriors" to the Crime Section!

Move Erik Prince's New Book "Civilian Warriors" to the Crime Section!

War criminal Erik Prince’s new book “Civilian Warriors” has hit the shelves in bookstores. We think Prince’s book belongs in the Crime section in local bookstores. Move Erik Prince’s new book and be sure to leave a “Civilian Warriors: The Inside Story of Lying, Killing and War Profiteering” bookmark in a few copies of the book!

Just download a bookmark, print, cut and go! It’s attached to this email. Send us a photo of your book move (codepink.nancy@gmail.com) and we’ll post on social media!

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WARNING: CIVILIAN WARRIOR’S AUTHOR IS A WAR CRIMINAL 

Unless war profiteers are held accountable for criminal acts, it sends a clear message to future military contractors that they are not required to uphold the basis tenets of human rights and international law.

ERIK PRINCE’S CIVILIAN WARRIORS: THE INSIDE STORY OF  LYING, KILLING AND WAR PROFITEERING!

Owner of Blackwater worldwide, whose mercenaries are complicit in murders and other misconduct in Iraq in addition to arms smuggling allegations; Blackwater mercenaries killed 17 innocent Iraqi civilians, including women and children, and wounded 20 more in the now-infamous Nisour Square massacre;

Operated his companies in a manner that encouraged and rewarded the destruction of Iraqi life; Complicity in the commission of a war crime – plunder of public and private property, failure to protect civilians, ill-treatment of detainees;

Secured over US$1 billion in contracts, many ill-gotten through closed bids and Erik Prince's myriad shell companies. Over 90% of Blackwater's revenues were made through taxpayer-funded defense contracts;

Running a sizable arms smuggling operation through Blackwater, hiding small arms in bags of dog food; money laundering and tax evasion through his shell companies; Failing to stop the use of excessive and unjustified deadly force against Iraqi civilians; failing to report incidents of gross misconduct by Blackwater operatives to the State Department or the Iraqi government;

Former Blackwater employees providing information, or who were planning to provide information, to federal authorities were personally threatened with death and violence;

In this book, Erik Prince claims to “dispel myths” and makes a case that mercenaries be tried under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. We think it’s long overdue to put this civilian warrior where he belongs. Join us in moving Erik Prince’s book to the bookstore section it belongs to….Crime, Fantasy, you decide! 

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