• Eric Cartman Allegedly Stole 200-Plus Rifles from Afghan Police for Blackwater

    Ugh, Blackwater! It's like an endless pit of depressing news. The U.S. never should have given them so much authoritah

    Employees of the CIA-connected private security corporation Blackwater diverted hundreds of weapons, including more than 500 AK-47 assault rifles, from a U.S. weapons bunker in Afghanistan intended to equip Afghan policemen, according to an investigation by the Senate Armed Services Committee. On at least one occasion, an individual claiming to work for the company evidently signed for a weapons shipment using the name of a "South Park" cartoon character

    On one of those occasions, in September 2008, Chief Warrant Officer Greg Sailer, who worked at 22 Bunkers and is a friend of a Blackwater officer working in Afghanistan, signed over more than 200 AK-47s to an individual identified as "Eric Cartman" or possibly "Carjman" from Blackwater's Counter Narcotics Training Unit.

    A Blackwater lawyer told committee staff that no one by those names has ever been employed by the company.

    As of press time, Blackwater CEO Big Gay Al could not be reached for comment.

    Tags: Afghanistan, Blackwater, Corruption, Guns, Military, Scandalgate, Senate, South Park


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