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Bhopal Tragedy Survivors Reach Delhi After 37-Day Protest March

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: DOW Chemical, Union Carbide, corporate killing )

- 4130 days ago -
Activists and protesters want the site to be cleared of thousands of tonnes of toxic waste embedded in the soil as well as jobs and compensation for health problems suffered by the victims. The disaster occurred on December 3, 1984...death tolll...15,000+


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Joycey B (750)
Saturday March 29, 2008, 8:53 am
Sadly noted. Thanks Mark.

Karen M (176)
Saturday March 29, 2008, 3:41 pm
This is horrible. Noted, thank you, Mark.

Eduardo L (101)
Saturday March 29, 2008, 5:14 pm
It is always unsafe to live close to chemical plants. Thanks Mark!

Penelope P (222)
Saturday March 29, 2008, 11:04 pm
THankyou Mark noted

Peace Monger (185)
Sunday March 30, 2008, 1:19 am
And we, as the West utter empty words of how bad it is for these people all the while supporting these companies thru purchases of their poisons.
We are as responsible for the deaths of these Indians as Union Carbide/Dow.

Ooopa D (2)
Sunday March 30, 2008, 1:46 am
Bravo! Thanks for the heads uo=p on this issue.


Sandra M Z (114)
Monday April 7, 2008, 9:05 pm
We will all be sharing in the pain of poisoning: by Depleted Uranium from wars, chem trails, toxic personal care and household products, and chemical food and water supply. These companies' liabilities should have to be honored until everyone is helped and the land "decontaminated" or "closed forever" (how long will Iraq have to be closed down, 4.5 Billion Years till the DU goes down? It's sick, what is going on! People who have survived such a catastrophic accident should have everything they need to reclaim their health and thier life. Nothing can take away their pain of lost loved ones and their homes and towns, but every effort should be made to relocate and heal them in every way.
We could have a nuclear "(attack)" or "accident" here in this country. How would we be treated? Probably just like these poor people, just like Katrina victims. I more than ever believe the "Justice for All, or Justice for None" saying. Noted, thanks Mark.
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