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“Former CNN executive Eason Jordan wants to start a company providing security information for journalists, contractors and other groups in Iraq,” TVNewser said in May.
Now the NY Post advances the story: “Jordan has already lined up at least two bigwigs — CNN founder Ted Turner and ex-presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark — to sit on the board of his new company, according to a well-placed source.
The company is being called Iraq Safety, and aims to hire security types and journalists with experience covering wars to provide logistical and consultation services to companies operating in war zones, the source said.”