From the beginning, Jamie Leigh Jones has wanted to tell a jury about the hell she went through while working in Iraq for Kellogg Brown & Root. Now a panel of 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judges has cleared the way for her to do just that.

Jones alleges that she was attacked in July 2005, not by the enemy in the war zone but by several of her own co-workers when they put a drug in her drink, beat her and gang-raped her in the bedroom of her employer-provided housing. She and her husband Joseph Daigle have sued Houston-based KBR, its former owner Halliburton Co. and others in federal court.

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