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An image from an MPRI website shows students during police training at Camp Butler, Iraq. MPRI subcontracted much of the work to a subsidiary it set up in Bermuda. An image from an MPRI website shows students during police training at Camp Butler, Iraq. MPRI subcontracted much of the work to a subsidiary it set up in Bermuda. (WWW.MPRI.COM)
By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / May 4, 2008

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WASHINGTON - In March 2005, one of the Pentagon's most trusted contractors - Virginia-based MPRI, founded by retired senior military leaders - won a $400 million contract to train police in Iraq and other hotspots. Two months later, MPRI set up a company in Bermuda to which it subcontracted much of the work. (Full article: 1570 words)

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