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The United-States spent 10 million dollars for the defection of Syrian policemen

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The Bureau of Conflicts and of Stabilization Operations (Department of State) has employed 10 million dollars to pay off Syrian policemen in order for them to defect from their jobs and insure security in the ’’freed-zone’’, revealed it’s president Rick Barton, during the Aspen Security Forum, on July 19th 2013.

Mr. Barton did not, however, indicated how many police officers were corrupted in this manner, but declared that each one of them receives a monthly salary of at least 150 dollars.

Since the beginning of the conflict, Congress has voted for as high as 50 million dollars of ’’aide’’ to the ’’rebels’’. Only a small part of this funding has been spent.

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Alizée Ville

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