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[DOC] Nestlé response re suit alleging its complicity in murder of Colombian trade unionist

Author: Nestlé , Published on: 7 March 2012

We condemn any form of violence and reject any accusations that attempt to link Nestlé to violent acts. We categorically reject the allegations of the plaintiffs and the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights and will mount a vigorous defence. The Sinaltrainal trade union has accused Nestlé of complicity in the murder of union officials in Colombia several times in the past but has never produced any evidence to support its claims. It has failed to win its legal actions against the company in courts in Colombia, in the USA and at the International Labour Organisation.

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