What became the United States defense contractor DynCorp International began in 1946 as California Eastern Airways (CEA), an air freight business, and Land-Air Inc., in aircraft maintenance company founded by veterans of World War II. In 1962 CEA became “Dynalectron Corporation”. By 1986, Dynaelectron was one of the largest defense contractors in North America. In 1987, Dynalectron changed its name to DynCorp and subsequently became a privately traded corporation in 1988. In 2003 DynCorp officially became “DynCorp International”.
At about the same time DynCorp began involving itself in criminal activities perpetrated by the United States government and its rising military-industrial complex. This book’s content begins in the 1980s when DynCorp began its work trafficking drugs and weapons during the Iran-Contra Scandal. It takes the reader through the 1990s human trafficking scandals in the Balkans, through the 2000s human and organ trafficking scandals, and additional major criminal activities leading up to 2017.
Originally I wrote this as a 10-part blog series also titled The Case Against DynCorp, followed by a podcast, all of which can be found on my Steemit blog. This book, however, contains further refinements, edits, elaborations and formatting intended to make it better suited for print and mass publication as a book.
The information contained in these pages is of the utmost importance. It outlines a criminal enterprise conducted by one of the most prolific and well-resourced military corporations in the entire world. DynCorp International represents a threat to everyone, whether they are from the United States or not. Worst of all, DynCorp represents a particularly dangerous threat to children.
No DynCorp employee has ever been criminally prosecuted for any of these crimes. While most recently in April of 2017 the Vice President of Business Development for DynCorp, James Grazioplene, was arrested for molesting children in the 1980s, this was during his term as an officer in the United States Army.
With that said, do not take this as a personal attack on all employees of DynCorp International and persons in the public or private armed protection services. I do, however, stand by my general theory that privatizing military and intelligence agencies leads to disastrous results. On a personal level I would prefer to live in a world where military corporations such as DynCorp didn’t have to exist.
The purpose of this book is to inform and properly equip the reader with facts, sources, perspectives and materials for founding their own argument. In addition, it is to memorialize the victims who have gone without a voice or justice for so long.
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