"A British firm, Aegis, is revealed as having suffered the highest losses of any private company. More than 30 of its employees died, according to an analysis by the New York Times, which was given full access to the files.
Most of the dead were Iraqi drivers, guards and other employees.
But it is a handful of American contractors whose actions will come under further scrutiny.
In one incident, employees of a firm called Custer Battles fired at Iraqi security forces at a checkpoint, into a crowded minibus and at the tyres of a car that came too close to their own, all in one spree. No action was taken against them after they paid some compensation money to those affected."
I know I've posted this video a couple of times already, but I think it's important to remember: