Law Forum : Nestle Bid to Throw Out Child Slavery Lawsuit Rejected

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  1. Liberty

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    Plaintiffs allege being fed scraps, not getting wages, and getting whipped

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    According to reports, the Supreme Court rejected a bid by Nestle S.A. and two other companies to throw out a lawsuit that alleges they are liable for the use of child slaves to harvest cocoa in the Ivory Coast.

    The decision leaves in place a December 2014 ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco that refused to dismiss a lawsuit against Nestle, Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. and Cargill Inc. filed by former victims of child slavery.

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    http://www.blackenterprise.com/news/nestle-bid-to-throw-out-child-slavery-lawsuit-rejected/

     
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    What are Caucasian companies even doing in Africa? Let alone “slave” laboring our Black children!

    But, I know that these type of shenanigans committed by Caucasian companies will eventually come back to haunt them. Blacks should kick ALL Caucasian companies OUT of Africa, and never let them back in. Since Blacks will be half the world population in a couple of decades, we do not need Caucasian companies/trade etc. We can, and should, only do business with Asians and perhaps arabs.
     
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