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20 Jul 2001

Autor*in:
Nick Rosen, Associated Press, in Miami Herald

Colombian union suing Coca-Cola in death squad case

Coca-Cola Co.'s Colombian bottlers are working with death squads to kill, threaten and intimidate plant workers, a labor union charged in a federal lawsuit to be filed Friday in Miami. Coca-Cola, which is named as a defendant, immediately dismissed the racketeering lawsuit, which claims two bottling companies have ties to right-wing paramilitary groups believed responsible for assassinations of union members.

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