American Hypocrisy-U.S. Protects Murderer of 15,000+ Indians

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    Indian police seek former Union Carbide chief

    NEW DELHI – Indian investigators say they have filed a new court request for the extradition of the former chief of a U.S. chemical company in connection with the 1984 Bhopal gas leak tragedy.

    India's Central Bureau of Investigation says it filed an application for a new trial for Warren Anderson, then CEO of Union Carbide Corp., over the disaster in which more than 15,000 people died and hundreds of thousands suffered gas-leak related illnesses.

    Bureau spokesman R.K. Gaur said Wednesday that investigators have new evidence and are attempting again to extradite Anderson after the U.S. rejected earlier efforts.

    The 90-year-old Anderson was arrested in India after the disaster but left the country while free on bail.

    Union Carbide is now owned by Dow Chemical.


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    Anyone got the scoop on the position of this case since march?
     
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    It might be a good time for Mr. Anderson to retire to Pakistan?
     

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