Jamie Leigh Jone filed her "thanks for banishing me to a shipping container and holding my job over my head after you allowed me to be drugged and brutally gang raped in that little lawless oasis you call the Green Zone, but really, no thanks" lawsuit against Halliburton back in May. So why'd it take so long to become public? Well back in July the Houston Chronicle published a story on the lawsuit and three other sexual harrassment/assault/etc. lawsuits against Kellogg, Brown & Root, the Halliburton subsidiary in question. Jones' lawyer is representing another woman who claims she was almost raped, while last January a Florida woman filed suit claiming she was raped, and last July an Oklahoma woman filed suit claiming she was fired for reporting sexual harrassment. We'll get the PACER account on this, but in the meantime it's good to know Halliburton's response has remained consistent: they're "improperly named" in the cases because they split from KBR a year ago.