Thousands of American service members and civilians have been killed or wounded in Iraq at the hands of a Shiite terrorist group known as Jaysh al-Mahdi (also known as the Mahdi Army or JAM).
We allege that large multinational pharmaceutical and medical-supply companies funded these terrorists.
Our case presents evidence that these multinational corporations paid bribes to win business from the terrorist-controlled Iraqi Ministry of Health. We allege that the bribes secured large Iraqi government contracts and more profits for these companies. As alleged, these bribes financed Jaysh al-Mahdi terrorist attacks against Americans.
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