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Nestlé response to ECCHR press release “Swiss judiciary must investigate Nestlé case” of 9 January 2014

The safety and security of our workers is a top priority for Nestlé, and the attempt of the ECCHR to put our company in disrepute by trying to discredit both the Colombian and the Swiss justice system is surprising and disappointing...Nestlé condemns all forms of violence. We have never used violence, nor have we associated with criminals. We have no responsibility whatsoever, directly or indirectly, neither by action nor omission for the murder of Luciano Romero....In all cases, neither Nestlé nor any of its executives were charged, indicted or convicted of any action or omission that could make any of them responsible for the murder...

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Perfil de las demandas judiciales contra Nestlé por actividades en Colombia

NGO criticises Swiss judiciary for lack of investigation into criminal complaint against Nestlé over allegations re murder of trade unionist in Colombia