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Arrest The Warren Anderson for Bhopal criminal negligence aka cost cutting

No justice for victims of Bhopal. Verdicts of Criminal Negligence were handed down to former Union Carbide employees responsible for a death toll of 25,000 and still rising. While victims remain sorely under-compensated, the verdict means sentences of only two years each. For the American boss? Nothing!

The American in charge skipped bail under mysterious circumstances in 1986 and India hasn’t been able to touch him since. The US refuses India’s request to extradite Warren Anderson, the American whose cost-cutting measures at Union Carbide were determined to have been to blame.

Greenpeace tracked the fugitive Anderson in 2002, where the US government said they couldn’t, to his home in Bridgehampton, Long Island. India questions its supposed economic clout, where the US refuses to bring to justice the an responsible for mankind’s most lethal industrial disaster.

“Cost cutting” appears to be the culprit in the Gulf Oil Spill. Will the immensity of the recent disaster prompt our justice department to pursue charges of “criminal negligence,” or will BP execs still be sitting pretty in 26 years?

4 thoughts on “Arrest The Warren Anderson for Bhopal criminal negligence aka cost cutting

  1. I bet you could find him in Church on any given Sunday, sitting in the Amen Pew right next to Richard Cheney (whose surname is a Medieval French word pertaining to dogs and whose first name means somebody who’s rich… What an appropriate name) Praising the god of Capitalism and giving lip service to the Yaweh Fellow, especially when they can use the Eye for an Eye law to justify murdering people.

    Cheney it was, who owned the Slave Market which cut corners on actually reporting that I ever worked for them, charged the customers 4 – 5 times what they paid me, had the unmitigated GALL to charge me for the ride in the overcrowded vans to the jobs, and helped the client who thought it would be a brilliant cost-cutting move to have me and the rest of the crew walk up and down a conveyor belt like a ramp in order to take the ladder to a second job site.

    Yep, swell fellows. I bet they have the so-called prosecutors over for their parties where they watch torture videos too. As vile and perverted a nest of serpents that ever slithered over the political and economic landscape.

  2. From SourceWatch…

    Dow gave $498,006 to federal candidates in the 2008 election cycle through its political action committee – 44% to Democrats and 56% to Republicans.[25]

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  4. it’s no mistake of warren. it’s only the mistake of our people here, my father actually worked in union carbide and he left 7 years before the tragedy. he told me that they fired all the educated officers and in place of those, they hired uneducated people. now who’s there to blame? warren or the people there?

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