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[casi] US Iraq health contractor

(Interesting...Mr Whitaker is now the appointed US director of health-care
facilities in Iraq)

The Shrevesport Times
Posted on July 18, 2003

Shreveport, Louisiana  contractor Joe Whitaker waived extradition in a
federal court in Texas on Thursday and will be returned to Louisiana by
Tuesday to face a criminal charge for allegedly failing to pay $1.4 million
to subcontractors on a Monroe hospital project.

Last month, Whitaker was named director of health-care facilities for the
office of the U.S. senior adviser to the Iraqi Ministry of Health. He was at
Fort Bliss, Texas, attending a pre-trip course on Iraqi culture. He was
expected to leave Thursday to head to Iraq, although Jones told The Times on
Wednesday she thought he was already there. .....MORE

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