The Companies Supporting Genocide In Darfur

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    for your information, please share this with family and friends you know who might have holdings in these shameful institutions...

     
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    This is unfortunate. I didn't realize there were companies supporting this through their activities. :wtf:
     
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    many many more than you or i would have thought until learning about it....
     
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    Here's another company that dealed in Sudanese death.

    "Former Halliburton unit says sales may have violated trade laws


    10:20 PM CDT on Thursday, August 12, 2004

    By JIM LANDERS and RICHARD WHITTLE / The Dallas Morning News

    Addison-based Dresser Inc. said Thursday that it may have violated U.S. sanctions laws by selling oilfield control valves and related equipment to Iraq, Iran and Sudan. The company, which was spun off from Halliburton Co. in 2001, did not disclose when the sales occurred.

    Iran and Sudan are considered state sponsors of terrorism, as was Iraq before the overthrow last year of Saddam Hussein. Oilfield equipment sales to the three countries could bring criminal or civil penalties."
    http://www.dallasnews.com/s/dws/bus/stories/081304dnbusdresser.b8246.html
     

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