Jury says “No rape, no fraud” in Jamie Leigh Jones Rape case against KBR
by khou.com & The Associated Press
Posted on July 8, 2011 at 3:32 PM
HOUSTON – A federal jury on Friday ruled that a woman who sued KBR over an alleged sexual assault in Iraq was not raped, and the company did not commit fraud.
Jamie Leigh Jones sued KBR, its Houston-based former parent company Halliburton and KBR firefighter Charles Bortz, who she claimed led an attack on her while she worked for KBR at Camp Hope in Baghdad in 2005.
Jones’ attorney, Ron Estefan, told jurors during closing arguments that KBR had neglected to enforce its policies against sexual harassment by its contract workers in Iraq, which facilitated Jones’ rape.
Estefan asked the jury to award his client as much as 5 percent of KBR’s net worth in actual or punitive damages, which would have been more than $114 million.
“It’s a lot of money, but it’s a lot of harm that was caused to her,” he told jurors. (click HERE for the rest of the article)
I have to add, I’m so sorry Jamie lost, this is a sad day for other KBR victims! ~ Ms Sparky
Other Related Posts From Ms Sparky
- Jury deliberating Jamie Leigh Jones case against KBR
- Closing arguments set for today in Jamie Leigh Jones rape case
- HBO’s “Hot Coffee” Documentary features Jamie Leigh Jones rape case and others
- Jamie Leigh Jones rape case against KBR/Halliburton begins today (Updated)
- KBR withdraws appeal in Jamie Jones rape case