DynCorp Sued Over Iraq Security Worker's Death

Law360, New York (March 6, 2012, 2:22 PM EST) -- The family of a slain DynCorp International Inc. employee sued the government contractor in Michigan on Friday, claiming it covered up the man's death at the hands of an intoxicated co-worker at a company facility in Iraq by maintaining that he shot himself.

After Kyle Palmer shot Justin Pope in a DynCorp facility in March 2009, Dyncorp ordered all of its employees who witnessed the incident to seclude themselves in a room until they agreed on a cover story regarding the nature of Pope's death, according...
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