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Bhopal update - 03-21-11

Released on 2012-02-27 00:00 GMT

Email-ID 389910
Date 2011-03-21 17:51:59
Scot, Tomm,

The Associated Press reported late this morning Judge Goodwin has granted
the plaintiffs in Nye v. Bayer CropScience 20 days to modify their
complaint against the company. According to plaintiffs' attorney William
DePaulo, this is about possible claims of property damages and medical
monitoring that were mentioned in last week's media.

Other monitoring has been fairly quiet.

- Colin Toogood posted a few tweets - runner Jenny Hards raised 120
pounds for the BMA by running the Lisbon Half Marathon on Sunday; he
"liked" two Yes Men videos on YouTube; and he posted links to Friday's AP
story about Bayer's decision not to produce MIC, the Hindu piece on the
Bhopal photo exhibit at Chennai, and Max Carlson's petition to Pres.

- A US community of arts media known as EDGE has posted the
Philadelphia CineFest press release that mentions the Bhopali film will be
screened there. The press release was on several EDGE city websites
including New York and Boston.

- Hawaii News Now Blog posted an article on "Exxon, Bhopal, Tepco
and executive responsibility" that includes a paragraph on Warren Anderson
that is fairly sympathetic in tone. The writer mentioned an NYT article in
which "Anderson said he had become a recluse because he felt it would
dishonor those killed to be seen enjoying, say, a meal in a restaurant."

Ann Sigsby

Senior Analyst

Allis Information Management


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