Does Thomas J. Boyle’s Former Employer Know His Cause of Death?

Does Thomas J. Boyle’s Former Employer Know His Cause of Death?

“I REQUEST THE DOCUMENTS YOU HOLD” by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 25, 2016) —On June 19, 2012, civilian contractor Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. was killed during an insurgent attack against the Forward Operating Base (FOB) Provincial Reserve (PR), to which he had been assigned in support of U.S. military intelligence operations in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.  At […]

Are Civilian Contractors Sacrificed to the “Big Business” of War?

Are Civilian Contractors Sacrificed to the “Big Business” of War?

“A WORK OF FICTION” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 29, 2016) —The Post & Email previously reported in two articles on the death of Thomas J. Boyle, Jr., a civilian contractor killed in Afghanistan’s Kandahar Province on June 19, 2012 while supporting U.S. Army Reserve operations. Mr. Boyle was employed by MPRI, later called Engility Corporation, […]

Why is the DOD Obscuring the Cause of Death of Thomas J. Boyle, Jr.?

Why is the DOD Obscuring the Cause of Death of Thomas J. Boyle, Jr.?

“NO ONE SAW HIM GET UP” by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 20, 2016) — On June 19, 2012, former U.S. Marine and 30-year veteran retiree of the Chicago Police Department Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. died while deployed with the U.S. Army Reserve Unit 303rd Jackson Michigan as a civilian contractor in Afghanistan.  His passing was broadcast […]