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29 Jan 2008

[opinion] Dave Zirin, author of "Welcome to the Terrordome: The Pain, Politics and Promise of Sports", in Los Angeles Times

[scroll down] Firestone's corporate spin - Official policy doesn't match plantation reality

Adomitis [President of Firestone Natural Rubber] writes that my piece contains "a host of unfounded allegations" regarding his company's alleged practice of child labor and environmental degradation...[D]espite a heavy dose of clever corporate spin, his response challenges absolutely none of the essential points of my piece.

Part of the following timelines

Concerns raised over Firestone's sponsorship of US Super Bowl given alleged labour & environmental abuses in Liberia

Firestone lawsuit (re Liberia)