United States District Court, D. South Carolina, Greenville Division
OPINION AND ORDER
Howe Hendricks, United States District Judge.
matter is before the Court on Defendants Fluor Corporation,
Inc., Fluor Enterprises, Inc., Fluor Intercontinental, Inc.,
and Fluor Government Group International, Inc.'s
(collectively “Defendants” or
“Fluor”) motion to file documents under seal.
(ECF No. 7.) For the reasons set forth in this order, the
motion is granted in part and denied in part.
suit arises from a suicide bombing on November 12, 2016 at
Bagram Air Field (“BAF”) in Bagram, Afghanistan.
Plaintiff Tyler Hencely (“Plaintiff) asserts claims for
damages he allegedly suffered after Ahmed Nayeb
(“Nayeb”), an Afghan national working in
Defendants' Non-Tactical Vehicle Yard at BAF detonated a
suicide vest bomb in a crowd gathered for a Veterans Day
event. In essence, Plaintiff asserts that Defendants'
negligence allowed Nayeb to commit his suicide attack at BAF
and proximately caused Plaintiff's injuries.
their motion, Defendants seek permission from the Court to
file the following documents, all exhibits to their motion to
dismiss, under seal:
Exhibit 2: Basic Contract at Sec. H-19
Exhibit 3: Afghanistan North Task Order 0005, Performance
Exhibit 4: Bagram Airfield Badge, Screening, and Access
Policy (Dec. 5, 2015)
Exhibit 5: LOGCAP Statement of Work Exhibit 9: Basic Contract
Exhibit 13: Re: LOGCAP Security (UNCLASSIFIED)
Exhibit 20: Fluor Responses to 15-6 Questions Received Dec.
Exhibit 21: Fluor Responses to 15-6 Questions Received Dec.
Exhibit 22: Fluor Responses to 15-6 Questions Received Dec.
Exhibit 23: RE: APS-Recruitment/Screening/hiring of HCNs
(Established Policies and Procedures)
Exhibit 24: Badge, Screening and Access Standard Operating
Procedures for Bagram Airfield (Dec. 2, 2016)
Exhibit 25: Badge, Screening and Access Standard Operating
Procedures for Bagram ...