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Corporate Personhood Debate, Tortured Reasoning In Tow, Heads Back To Supreme Court

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Headlined to H3 12/22/11


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his article is in collaboration with The Dylan Ratigan Show's 'Mad As Hell' series. WASHINGTON -- A multinational oil company will be coming to the Supreme Court this winter to argue that corporations are not 'natural persons' and therefore cannot be held liable for committing international human rights violations such as torture, extrajudicial killings and crimes against humanity. 'If your head isn't spinning too much after that opening, read on..'

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The ink has barely dried on the Citizens United ca... by sebra leaves on Thursday, Dec 22, 2011 at 1:23:50 AM