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1 Aug 2009

Frank Eltman, Associated Press

Wife: Ex-Exec 'Haunted' by Bhopal Gas Leak

An Indian court issued a warrant ...for Warren Anderson, the former head of Union Carbide Corp., for the leak of 40 tons of poisonous gas that killed 10,000 people in Bhopal. Anderson was arrested just after the disaster...but quickly left the country...U.S. authorities have not moved to extradite him...His wife, Lillian, ...said her husband has been unfairly targeted..."This is 25 years of unfair treatment, before CEOs were paid what they're paid today."

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India: Court re-issues arrest warrant for former Union Carbide CEO, over Bhopal disaster

Union Carbide/Dow lawsuit (re Bhopal, filed in India)