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Article

11 Mar 2005

Author:
Sam Vaknin, Ph.D & former economic advisor to the Govt. of Macedonia, in Global Politician

The Business of Torture

This [cases of alleged complicity of multinationals in torture] is merely one facet of the torture business. [refers to ExxonMobil, Shell, IBM, ICL, Unocal] Torture implements are produced - mostly in the West - and sold openly, frequently to nasty regimes in developing countries and even through the Internet. [StunTech]

Part of the following timelines

ExxonMobil lawsuit (re Aceh)

Apartheid reparations lawsuits (re So. Africa)