by Pauline Boyle, widow of late civilian contractor Thomas J. Boyle, Jr.

(Jul. 12, 2016) — [Editor’s Note:  The following email was sent to Rep. Jason  Chaffetz (R-UT3), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and copied to Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC4), Chairman of the Select Committee on Benghazi.]


Dear Representative Chaffetz,

During the past month I have copied you various articles that pertain to the cover up and death of my husband Thomas J Boyle Jr., kia Kandahar Afghanistan June 19, 2012 while employed by L-3/Engility as a contractor/ law enforcement professional training the Afghani police.  The circumstances surrounding his death have been covered up to avoid scandal and gross negligence on the part of the military and also insurance fraud on the part of the company, namely L-3/EngilityCorp.

I have copied you within this email the link to the latest article by The Post which again documents the fraudulent activities of EngilityCorp with regards to this issue.

I have also copied you the links for two recent contracts awarded L-3/Engility and respectfully ask why this company is allowed to continue to profit on taxpayer monies when in fact – they are involved in fraudulent amd criminal activities – such as insurance fraud, illegal surveillance and other activities?  L-3/Engility collected payouts from insurance through ‘janitor’ policies on my deceased husband yet block every attempt for me to collect on said policies – contrary to my husbands wishes should the worst occur.

I implore you Congressman to please open an investigation into this matter – my son and I deserve the truth regarding Tom’s death and I truly believe there are others who have been treated in much the same way.

If you have any questions or need additional information please feel free to contact me.  I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

Pauline Boyle

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