It was reported in the past that the former Blackwater company (now Xe) used 'roided-up 'employees' in Iraq; that didn't go over too well with the civilians there, especially the ones widowed by fatal 'incidents'. One widow has opened a lawsuit in San Diego. To the LA Times:
The suit alleges that the employee got lost after the 2006 party and, after confronting Raheem Khalaf Saadoon, shot him for no reason. Saadoon, 32, was a bodyguard for an Iraqi vice president...
And the 'roids:
Beyond the specific incident, the lawsuit alleges that Blackwater never disciplined or fired guards who killed innocent Iraqis and that heavily armed Blackwater employees were routinely sent into Baghdad while under the influence of steroids and other "judgment-altering substances."
Saadoon's widow was promised a series of payments, but Blackwater has paid only a nominal amount, lawyers said. The Times reported in 2007 that the Iraqi government thought that $100,000 was appropriate, but Blackwater and the State Department said that $15,000 to $20,000 was adequate. Saadoon was reportedly shot three times.