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Shows featuring Larry Bowoto

  • Chevron Cleared in 1998 Shooting Deaths of Protesters in Niger Delta Chevronweb
    A federal jury in San Francisco has just cleared oil giant Chevron of any responsibility for the May 1998 shooting and killing of protesters in the oil-rich Niger Delta. A decade ago, over 100 protesters had occupied a Chevron-owned oil platform to demand compensation and jobs for the environmental damage caused by Chevron’s drilling. The Nigerian military shot and killed two unarmed...
    December 02, 2008 | Story