By Alyssa Aquino (March 10, 2022, 4:53 PM EST) — AECOM couldn’t again escape translators’ claims of being forced to work in deplorable conditions on military contracts worth more than $13.3 billion, when a Maryland federal judge found that the whistleblowers had alleged enough misconduct for their claims to survive.
AECOM National Security Programs Inc. couldn’t convince U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis Wednesday that a group of 29 translators didn’t show that AECOM was aware they were housed in overcrowded tents allegedly infested with rodents, bedbugs and lice, or that they were threatened with deportation and arrest to keep translating for the U.S. Army in Kuwait.
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