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21 Mai 2010

Earthrights International

ERI Asks Supreme Court to Hear Case on Corporate Complicity in Crimes Against Humanity in Sudan [USA]

As the law in New York’s federal courts stands now, a company can knowingly provide fuel and runways for government bombing raids against civilians and support the murderous displacement of entire communities, without having any responsibility for the injuries made possible by their assistance of gross human rights abuses committed in part for their own benefit...EarthRights International (ERI) filed an amicus brief in the case of Presbyterian Church of Sudan v. Talisman Energy, Inc., urging the U.S. Supreme Court to consider and overturn the incorrect and unjust ruling... condon[ing] such behaviour.

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USA: Earthrights Intl. asks Supreme Court to hear appeal of Talisman case re alleged complicity in abuses in Sudan

Talisman lawsuit (re Sudan)