Blackwater Took Hundreds of Guns From U.S. Military, Afghan Police

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 at 9:00 pm
Eric Cartman of South Park (Photo courtesy: Comedy Central)

Eric Cartman of South Park (Photo courtesy: Comedy Central)

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. And Blackwater has yet to return hundreds of the guns to the military.

A Blackwater subsidiary known as Paravant that until recently operated in Afghanistan acquired the weapons for its employees’ “personal use,” according to committee staffers, as did other non-Paravant employees of Blackwater. Yet contractors in Afghanistan are not permitted to operate weapons without explicit permission from U.S. Central Command, something Blackwater never obtained. A November 2008 email from a Paravant vice president named Brian McCracken, obtained by the committee, nevertheless reads: “We have not received formal permission from the Army to carry weapons yet but I will take my chances.”

[Security1]As a result of Blackwater’s disregard for U.S. military restrictions on contractor firearms, four employees of Paravant — which held a subcontract from defense giant Raytheon to train Afghan soldiers — under the influence of alcohol opened fire on a car carrying four Afghan civilians on May 5, 2009, wounding two. That incident, occurring less than two years after Blackwater guards killed 17 Iraqi civilians in Baghdad, prompted the committee’s investigation.

“In the fight against the Taliban, the perception that the Afghans have of us is critical,” Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.), the chairman of the committee, told reporters Tuesday afternoon. “It’s clear to me that if we’re going to win that struggle, we need to know that contractor personnel are adequately screened, they’re adequately supervised and they’re adequately held accountable.” Levin will hold a hearing on Blackwater’s Afghanistan contracts Wednesday morning.

The committee’s investigation points to the contrary. Blackwater personnel appear to have gone to exceptional lengths to obtain weapons from U.S. military weapons storehouses intended for use by the Afghan police. According to the committee, at the behest of the company’s Afghanistan country manager, Ricky Chambers, Blackwater on at least two occasions acquired hundreds of rifles and pistols from a U.S. military facility near Kabul called 22 Bunkers by the military and Pol-e Charki by the Afghans. Gen. David Petraeus, the commander of all U.S. military forces in the Middle East and South Asia, wrote to the committee to explain that “there is no current or past written policy, order, directive, or instruction that allows U.S. Military contractors or subcontractors in Afghanistan to use weapons stored at 22 Bunkers.”

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. Eric Cartman is the name of an obnoxious character from Comedy Central’s popular “South Park” cartoon.

Blackwater personnel invoked their Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination when approached by the committee to explain the weapons acquisitions from 22 Bunkers, according to committee staff. Sailer, who is still deployed to Afghanistan, told the committee that he thought Blackwater was signing for the weapons to train Afghan police, a task it has never conducted.

Not all of the guns received from Blackwater have been returned to the Afghan government — and, according to committee staff, many only began to be returned after staff approached the company for an explanation. “It was represented to us that all the weapons had been returned” to 22 Bunkers, Levin said. “That is not true. Hundreds of them were not returned.” Asked if that meant Blackwater lied to Congress, Levin replied, “They misrepresented the facts, and I’d like to leave it at that.”

Raytheon did not renew Paravant’s contract for training the Afghan army, which expired in September. Blackwater still holds a contract with the State Department worth millions of dollars to protect diplomats in Afghanistan. While that contract expires this year, Politico reported on Tuesday that Blackwater, now renamed Xe Services, might acquire a new multimillion-dollar contract from the Defense Department to train Afghan police — the same police force that Blackwater’s weapons diversions from 22 Bunkers deprived of hundreds of pistols and rifles.

This is not the first time Blackwater has faced allegations of diverted weapons. In 2007, company employees came under federal investigation for improperly shipping hundreds of weapons to Iraq, some of which are believed to have been sold on the black market and acquired by a Kurdish terrorist group. A Blackwater statement at the time said allegations that the company was “in any way associated or complicit in unlawful arms activities are baseless.” The New York Times reported in November that the company is negotiating with regulators over “hundreds of millions of dollars in fines” associated with the illicit weapons shipments.

In January, Blackwater’s founder, Erik Prince, confirmed to Vanity Fair that his 12-year-old company — which has earned more than a billion dollars through government contracts in the past decade — was involved in a nascent terrorist assassination program run by the CIA, among other CIA activities. “I’m paying for all sorts of intelligence activities to support American national security, out of my own pocket,” Prince told the magazine. Additionally, The Nation recently reported that Blackwater assists the Joint Special Operations Command with the terrorist manhunt in Afghanistan and Pakistan, including with the operations of JSOC’s armed unmanned drones.

Levin said his inquiry had uncovered “inadequate oversight by the Army over this contract.” The Florida-based Army office supposedly overseeing the contract did not even have a contracting officer representative in Afghanistan when the Paravant employees shot at Afghan civilians on May 5, 2009. Yet as early as December 2008, concerned Raytheon personnel informed that Army office that Paravant personnel were carrying unapproved weapons. An officer in Afghanistan responsible for training Afghan soldiers told the committee, “We should have had better control.”

Additionally, Blackwater personnel in Afghanistan, including those involved in both the May shooting and an earlier improper weapons discharge from December 2008, have been cited for, among other infractions, drug and alcohol abuse and, in one case, an “extensive criminal history.”

Wednesday’s hearing is expected to receive testimony from current and former Blackwater/Paravant officers, including Brian C. McCracken, the former Paravant vice president who now serves as Raytheon’s chief Afghanistan program officer; Fred Roitz, a Blackwater vice president; and John Walker, a former Paravant program officer.

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227 Comments

chrisjay
Comment posted February 23, 2010 @ 9:29 pm

Somewhere, Ollie North & John Secord are beaming with pride


Walter
Comment posted February 23, 2010 @ 10:45 pm

I am saddened and disgusted that this kind of thing can still take place. Unfortunately, I fear that very soon this will seem like the “good old days”, now that the Supreme's have opened the flood gates of corporate influence peddling, Erik Prince and his ilk are free to use even more of their ill-gotten tax payer money to openly buy more politicians and commit even worse atrocities without fear or accountability.


maxdi
Comment posted February 23, 2010 @ 10:47 pm

The system was perfectly designed to get these results. Please recall that the major bureaucratic originator behind private military contracting (aka mercenaries) was Dick Cheney.


socal90
Comment posted February 23, 2010 @ 11:40 pm

Perhaps you will recall that two Paravant/Blackwater/xe employees used AK47s to shoot and kill an Afghan motorist and a pedestrian last summer . They were not authorised to be in possession of the weapons but insisted that they were given to them by Paravant/Blackwater/xe for their personal use in Kabul. Paravant/Blackwater/xe denied providing the weapons. Looks like another lie from Paravant/Blackwater/xe management but the Department of Defence is going to award them a billion dollar contract to train Afghan police anyway. Blackwater may be a criminal enterprise but they have one hell of a business plan.


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afgail
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 1:56 am

You don't suppose they are selling the weapons on the black market and pocketing the money do you. Blackwater is a criminal enterprise.


cstalberg
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 6:58 am

CCR Urges Support of Stop Outsourcing Security Legislation Introduced Today

Group Representing Victims of Private Military Contractors Calls on Congress to End the Use of Unaccountable Shadow Armies

CONTACT: press@ccrjustice.org

February 23, 2010, New York – Today, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) issued the following statement in response to the introduction in Congress of the Stop Outsourcing Security legislation by Rep. Jan Schakowsky (IL) in the House and the companion bill by Sen. Bernie Sanders (VT) in the Senate:

“Military contracting is out of control. Contractors far outnumber the U.S. military in Afghanistan, making it the most contracted out war in US history. Poor oversight of contracts has led to billions of taxpayer dollars being wasted in what Congress’s own Commission on Wartime Contracting has called “fiscal hemorrhaging.” It is also extremely difficult to hold these shadow armies accountable for serious abuses committed.

CCR has been representing Iraqi plaintiffs in litigation against U.S. contractors since 2004. Despite allegations of grave human rights abuses at the hands of U.S. private military contractors in Iraq, former Iraqi detainees who have been tortured or otherwise abused have yet to have their day in court. Over the last five years, contractors’ arguments that they should be granted immunity or that lawsuits brought against them are somehow improper have stalled efforts by CCR and co-counsel to hold these contractors accountable.

Every member of Congress should support this legislation to defend the human rights of all people from contractors, to protect taxpayer money from fraud and waste, and return core governmental functions to the government.


Starbuck
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 7:34 am

Normally, I'd be experiencing moral outrage, but after years of seeing this sort of thing from Blackwater, I can't help but laugh…


spencerackerman
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 8:07 am

Unless I misread an aspect of the Senate report — and we'll probably get some clarity on this at today's hearing — I'm not sure they traced the AKs used in the May 5 2009 incident to guns from 22 Bunkers. I'll doublecheck, though.


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exf14rio
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 8:55 am

Not Ollie North… he's totally above board, and presents the U.S. Military in the best possible light and supports the mission, and wouldn't tolerate this sort of behaviour. Contractors that act irresponsibly need to be reigned in, controlled, or taken off line.


dickerson3870
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 9:02 am

That's a wicked looking “blow” torch terrorist Cartman has!


jm2012
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 10:32 am

So, the contractors are payed so much that they can't afford to arm themselves? I mean if I am hiring a cleaning crew, shouldn't they have there own equipment! Are you kidding me, these is the best scam ever!


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LOLAPPLE
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 11:08 am

These people get PAID 15X what our soldiers do?


jporter10
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 11:35 am

Holy Shit. I would like to have one of those AK-47's. I wonder what they go for? And using Blackwater's shipping of arms out of and into a country makes these weapons all the more salable. I want one, I do, I do. Where is my nearest Blackwater sales office?


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Cartman
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 11:47 am

Blackwater just wants people to respect their 'authoritah.'


wayoutwest
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 12:24 pm

I think that this battle has already been lost. Xe and its many subsidiaries are the ones in control with the help of their Flexian and CIA friends. They are taking over US border security and police training using their many front companies that are becoming more difficult to sort out.

Was it just sloppiness that caused the Nisoor Square trial to be thrown out or was it intentionally torpedoed?

The military personell who are supposed to be overseeing these contractors don't have a clue about what's going on or are they being manipulated with offers of future rewards.

We will see a dog and pony show in Washington and then things will go back to business as usual.


jimcop252
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 12:26 pm

I wonder what a deep investigation into the workings of this shadowy company would render. I think there are very powerful people involved with this company, and it wouldn't surprise me that some of them in Gvt must've been on the graft-side of the picture. The US Gvt should cancel once and for all, every contract or bussiness relation with Blackwater as it's a creepy organization. Military & security contractors and mercenaries belong to the same species, and I thought that mercenaries were banned by the U.N. and international treaties!


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bruce_webb
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 2:03 pm

Ollie North was a liar and a thief. It is well known that he never wore his uniform during his years working at the White House but only broke them out when it came time to testify to Congress. And nobody satisfactorally answered the question about those snow tires he apparently charged to the Iran-Contra account.

This man bragged about selling high tech missiles to Iran. Think about that for a second. He and his bosses were willing to draw down on U.S. military stocks in Europe to do so. At a time when the Cold War was running kind of hot.

Ollie North took dozens of classified documents out of secure spaces and took them home to an unauthorized safe in a house guarded by an unauthorized Iran-Contra financed security system. He directed his secretary to sneak out many more hidden in her clothing. Those are felonies.

The only reason he is not still rotting in Federal prison is because he did all of this with the implicit and at time explicit approval of his superiors, why nail the soldier when the capos get to walk free.

Anyone who can claim with an open face that Ollie is “totally above board” is either under the age of 30 or the master of dead-pan snark. I don't know whether I should be pitying this commenter or saluting him.


rosswolf
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 2:45 pm

Americans should not be surprised there are human rights problems, they employed Mercenaries. Look up Mercenaries in the dictionary. Throughout history most countries that hired Mercenaries, Regretted it.


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TurdFurgeson
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 4:34 pm

Isn't this theft? Just curious, but it seems to me this is a theft of weapons, not just “taking” them. If they stole weapons from the government, why aren't charges being brought against them?

This government and these wars are a joke.


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Duh
Comment posted February 24, 2010 @ 7:32 pm

Ollie North “above board”??? Are you being sarcastic?


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TeaBaggins
Comment posted February 25, 2010 @ 12:36 am

the US doesnt use AK-47s. So who originally stole them??? thats right, Uncle Sam.


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chrisjay
Comment posted February 25, 2010 @ 12:33 pm

rosswolf, don't you realize that the Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld regime retired the term “mercenaries” from the corporate media's vocabulary? Since 2001, we have been using the term “contractors” in its place and everyone (incl the Obama peeps) are perfectly happy with that.
Please get with the program


chrisjay
Comment posted February 25, 2010 @ 12:37 pm

Sad but true. I've not seen any indication that Obama will change course from Cheney/Bush tradition and scrutinize Blackwater, let alone take them out of power.


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Comment posted February 25, 2010 @ 6:17 pm

US bought AK-47s from China not for US servicemen but for Iraq and local police.


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zikkmaabusinvictus
Comment posted February 25, 2010 @ 8:36 pm

no i think the US government should BE a giant mercenary corporation… stratocracy! a return to the legion… and if this mercenary corporation were to propogate an attitude conducive to the “renaissance man”, situate itself on a highly intelligent meritocratic working class, develop a technocratic scholar class to research new weapons, new energy sources, etc… yes i think this mercenary corporation could rule the world…

it would be like the nazi empire but with no racism/discrimination, no religiousity, no morality, no government control/suppression of knowledge, no prohibition of drugs, and no rules against ideological dissent BUT ruling absolutely and with an iron fist…


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Comment posted February 25, 2010 @ 9:42 pm

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rosswolf
Comment posted February 25, 2010 @ 11:14 pm

Could Obama subsequently employ U.S. Private Security Contractors now employed as civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, to work with his proposed”Civilian National Security Force” in U.S. Cities?

It was never clarified what Obama meant when he stated in July 2008: “We cannot continue to rely on our military to achieve the national security objectives we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded.”

Historical note: Germany under Hitler during hard economic times established volunteer “Civilian National Security Patrols” to help Citizens and to protect the Homeland. But soon after the patrols were setup, the volunteers were transformed into a neighborhood Political Enforcement and Informant Arm” of German Secret Police.

How would a federal “Volunteer Civilian National Security Force” interface with State, Local and Federal police? Would Obama’s Civilian Force have access to U.S. Citizens' private records? Could Constitutional rights including the Fourth Amendment be discarded, allowing “Civilian Security Forces” to search Americans and their homes? Could Americans lose their right to bear arms? The Nazis used Civilian Forces with the Gestapo to confiscate private arms, arrest Germans and seize their private property, often moving into Citizens’ homes.


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fanofsheila
Comment posted February 26, 2010 @ 3:17 pm

What you have to come to terms with it that your government is evil. Not the Obama, Bush, Reagan or any other administration. The government of the united states of america is evil and has always committed atrocities. And furthermore, by being a representative republic, you are just as accountable for the actions of this country as anyone else. The blood of the innocent is on YOUR hands. Hope you sleep well tonight. If you do, you didn't understand what I just wrote. Or your heartless and have your head in the sand.


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Miranda
Comment posted March 4, 2010 @ 4:19 pm

Of course there are those who blame Obama. They seem to forget that Cheney / Bush were the ones to hire Blackwater / Xe company? The RNC is having a fundraiser on Xe property. Blackwater is a fully functioning company of the CIA. As I remember, CIA is not legally allowed to operate within the American borders. They may have “briefed” Obama on some of their ongoing projects, but this can of worms was brought out by X-Pres. Cheney. Also, the Republicans always say they are going to save us money and then it costs us billions. Doesn't matter which subject they are talking about.


Miranda
Comment posted March 4, 2010 @ 9:19 pm

Of course there are those who blame Obama. They seem to forget that Cheney / Bush were the ones to hire Blackwater / Xe company? The RNC is having a fundraiser on Xe property. Blackwater is a fully functioning company of the CIA. As I remember, CIA is not legally allowed to operate within the American borders. They may have “briefed” Obama on some of their ongoing projects, but this can of worms was brought out by X-Pres. Cheney. Also, the Republicans always say they are going to save us money and then it costs us billions. Doesn't matter which subject they are talking about.


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Mikey
Comment posted March 5, 2010 @ 4:46 pm

What blackwater is doing is taking over the army navy airforce and marines. give it about ten years and they will be the miliatary.


Ben
Comment posted March 5, 2010 @ 8:10 pm

this is actually, like every other problem the U.S.A. is facing right now not a party issue, and i think we would all do very well to remember that. you see we are in the sights of a two headed snake right now, on one hand you have the republicans and on the other the democrats, but what you really see is what? blame pushing, an almost complete continuity of economic and military operations, more lobbying, more side stepping of the constitutional authoritys of the congress, it goes far deeper than right or left, rep or dem, conservative or liberal, it is an issue of what america is and what she will be for the next generations. the current plan of action is obviously very un-sustainable, thats why right now as i type we are working to repeal our place in nafta, ron paul is trying to audit the fed, which in my opinion is a great idea (because its NEVER been done since its opening in 1913), we need to stop giving these shady corporations multi billion dollar contracts, and WE THE PEOPLE need to take action, THE BUCK DOES NOT STOP AT THE WHITE HOUSE but instead with the people, we are FREE MEN AND WOMEN but that to is un-sustainable unless we as a nation get our prioritys in order, thats my two cent feel free to take it or leave it.


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femtobeam
Comment posted March 9, 2010 @ 12:58 am

After erasing the emails and then classifying what he did in office for 85? years, we will not know during our lifetimes what Cheney really did to take power away from the US government and put it into his business bank accounts in terms of finances. In terms of human beings, there may never be a full accounting of the targeted and murdered victims of his torture programs, many of them hidden in his black dungeons. He did it without the knowledge of President Bush, then demanded executive privilege. Unless there is a presidential order by Obama to declassify Cheney's classifications, there will be no way to reverse the damage. The projects are ongoing even though he is no longer in office.


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Comment posted March 9, 2010 @ 6:17 am

We've outsourced war and refuse to pay for it, instead offering multiple and repeated ta cuts during active war time. We certainly aren't going to hold anyone here responsible for anything, that would mean we would have to take responsibility for ourselves. And as Americans have clearly shown, that is simply something we are not prepared to do.


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maxdi
Comment posted March 9, 2010 @ 9:11 pm

I don't disagree with your POV at all. Even so, I can't be sure that GWBush or his key advisors didn't know or had the responsibility to know and therefore countermand the more nefarious aspects of his mole-planting and fascistic policies. For a fuller creepy bio of the guy pre-Gellman's book, read DICK: The Man Who Is President by John Nichols; The New Press (2004).


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Cheney was stumping for his own business deals while still in office with the UAE and Sony. Bush asked to see his records which Cheney classified for either 85 or 95 years and Cheney refused. When Bush asked to see the records of the NIH, which can overrule the DoD, about their “experiments”, they refused also, citing “privacy” issues.

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The missing link is with the deals between Sony and China, China and Israel, Sony and the UAE. Cheney is the tie between them all and the largest benefactor of the war in Iraq. We will all be dead by the time they open his classified documents, unless someone decides they have a need to know and declassifies Cheney's records, but my guess is that it will reveal a massive encarceration plan…for Americans. Otherwise, how does one explain the pre-ordering of massive numbers of plastic coffins at FEMA detention centers along with chips pre-ordered for monitoring PRIOR to the fake flu scare. That was not all that was fake, so was Tamiflu, nothing more than chai tea in a pill, with a need for Chinese star anise. Rumsfledt and Shultz were two of the main shareholders of Tamiflu.

It was Shultz who arranged for Cheney to be VP, along with Rumsfeldt, not Bush. Both Shultz and Rumsfeldt were affiliated with Bechtel, the managers of Berkeley, where Yoo hails from.

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To: Flag
It was a question not a statement: “Could Obama subsequently employ U.S. Private Security Contractors now employed as civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, to work with his proposed”Civilian National Security Force” in U.S. Cities?”

Or put differently, do you think private U.S. security forces now in Iraq and Afghanistan would turn down a U.S. Government contact to work as Civilian Police in the U.S. And or assist local and state police? If private soldiers not “mercenaries”, then there would appear to be nothing to stop U.S. Government employing them domestically in our homeland.


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rosswolf, you are a retard. We already have a civilian force that operates in a military context..it is call the National Guard. What Obama meant is to give the National Guard a greater role in protecting our national borders. Now, is that acceptable to you a*wax.


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Obama never mentioned giving the National Guard any Role. Following is what Obama said but never clarified when he stated in July 2008:
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Are you writing on behalf of Obama?
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Obama never mentioned giving the National Guard any Role. Following is what Obama said but never clarified when he stated in July 2008:
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