ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 08, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Ross) ABC News investigation into allegations that translators in Afghanistan are oft not able to translate local dialects examined; scenes shown of a translator misstating what a villager said; details given about a whistle-blower's charge that Mission Essential Personnel was sending unqualified translators. [Former employee Paul FUNK- says translators' grades were changed.] The company's response and a lack of comment from the Army noted.
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