Tim Newman, a 44-year-old former Beaufort County Sheriff's deputy,will appear next week before the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight about possible reforms to a 60-year-old law that governs the way government contractors insure their employees who work at U.S. military bases overseas. Newman was a government contractor training Iraqi police forces in 2005 when he was injured in an improvised explosive device attack.
Tim Newman, a 44-year-old former Beaufort County Sheriff's deputy,will appear next week before the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight about possible reforms to a 60-year-old law that governs the way government contractors insure their employees who work at U.S. military bases overseas. Newman was a government contractor training Iraqi police forces in 2005 when he was injured in an improvised explosive device attack. JONATHAN DYER | The Island Packet
Tim Newman, a 44-year-old former Beaufort County Sheriff's deputy,will appear next week before the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight about possible reforms to a 60-year-old law that governs the way government contractors insure their employees who work at U.S. military bases overseas. Newman was a government contractor training Iraqi police forces in 2005 when he was injured in an improvised explosive device attack. JONATHAN DYER | The Island Packet

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