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  • Writer's pictureKirk Hartley

Now a Swiss Court Has Convicted Eternit Officials for Asbestos-related Actions

Non-partisan media and Laurie Kazan-Allen/IBAS (see Dec. 30 story) are both reporting on a Swiss court issuing orders convicting Eternit officials for some form of homicide related to asbestos exposures in manufacturing plant employees. If Google translate can be trusted, the case appears to involve a mesothelioma in a man who worked for Eternit for only a few weeks but his work involved separating asbestos fibers.

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