6 Days in Baghdad

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Jamie Leigh Jones was allegedly assaulted while working for KBR at Camp Hope in Iraq in 2005. She filed a lawsuit against KBR in 2007 fighting the arbitration clause in her employment contract. The trial began on June 13, 2011 and would last four weeks. I served on the jury for this trial. I was shocked by the evidence, witness testimony, juicy tidbits, and revelations that I heard. More

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About Paul Oldenburgh

Mr. Oldenburgh is an Information Technology professional who lives in Houston, Texas. He has been working in this field for the last twenty-five years. This is his first novel to be published.

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Review by: Nancy Stansbury on April 13, 2012 :
I worked on the defense team (I am not a lawyer). I loved reading your perspective of the daily events, coming from one of the jurors. We always wonder what the jury is thinking and it was fun to read your daily thoughts. We felt that the jury had "figured Jamie out" early, but that is hard to read from a jury who comes in every day with a blank expression. I don't think that anyone who listened to all the evidence could have come up with a different verdict. I would have been outraged that Jamie told this fiction to Congress and the press and never got in any trouble afterwards. Roger Clements should have been so lucky. I laugh at Dan Abrams as the legal analyst for GMA. He was so gullible he bought her story hook, line and sinker.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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