KBR’s concealment of discovery

Yesterday in our Qarmat Ali Vets case against KBR, we filed a motion for sanctions. The filing is here (pdf). The Memorandum (toward the bottom) lays it out in detail. Turns out that KBR concealed critically-important information about the Qarmat Ali Water Treatment Plant and its extreme level of contamination. They knew about that in 2002 or early 2003, long before Oregon Army National Guard veterans went into the site.

Today’s Oregonian reports the story here, including rather colorful big words (“histrionic” and “hyperbolic”) bandied about by lead counsel for KBR. One wonders why KBR hurls big words and accusations when they simply could have avoided this problem by coming clean.

I suppose we could respond in kind. Not going to happen because not much is served by doing so. For readers who might wonder about the lack of response, let me just say that this is neither the time nor the place. We are scheduled for our first trial in Oregon in October. Fair to say I am looking forward to it. I hope that’s not too histrionic or hyperbolic.

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