Has Chiquita Banana been murdering people?
By Jon Rappoport
April 29, 2014
The phrase “undue corporate influence” is usually applied to buying votes and shaping policy. But how about killing people?
Here is an interview with Daniel Kovalik, an attorney who knows about this subject.
An adjunct professor of law at the University of Pittsburgh, Kovalik is a counsel for the United Steelworkers. He has worked on cases involving human rights abuses in Colombia. The Christian Science Monitor described him as “one of the most prominent defenders of Colombian workers in the United States.” He has received a Project Censored Award for his article detailing the murder of trade unionists in Colombia.
Q: Let’s clear away some confusion right at the beginning. We’re talking about the country of Colombia. People in the US have a vague picture of left-wing guerillas and right-wing paramilitaries fighting each other for political control…
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