“Flush with cash” mass poisoner can’t yet write off its asbestos liability

March 18, 2008

The Associated Press reported that “Several W.R. Grace & Co. lenders have refused to continue offering bankruptcy loans to the company, forcing it to cut back its Chapter 11 finance package from $250 million to $200 million, a lawyer said Monday. ‘We have yet to receive the full amount … that we have been asking, Janet Baer, attorney for the company told the judge overseeing Grace’s long-running bankruptcy restructuring.”

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The article goes on to say that Grace is “flush with cash” as it maneuvers to get out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, discharge all of its debts for poisoning thousands, and return to business with a healthy bottom line. This bankruptcy scam has been pursued by dozens of major companies as they stick victims with minuscule payouts for death and terminal disease, then return from faux bankruptcy to continue earning millions in profits—with neither the bankruptcy courts nor the public every questioning why profitable companies should be allowed to put their profits into the pockets of shareholders rather than the pockets of the people they poisoned.


Lawsuit focuses on DuPont’s deliberate poisoning of its employees

March 14, 2008

A lawsuit in southeast Texas against DuPont is focusing on what DuPont knew and when they knew it with regard to the dangers of asbestos. Company studies showed as early as 1940, with follow-up studies in the 50’s and 60’s, that asbestos was lethal, yet the company continually and deliberately exposed its workers to the lethal fibers.

DuPont’s flimsy claim is that even though it knew asbestos was lethal, it only thought asbestos was deadly for miners and not for refinery workers. Click here to read the unbelievable claims made by this mass poisoner.