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The pictures below include child laborers on a cocoa plantation, including young girls. Also shown are the bags used to collect and ship cocoa beans, clearly indicating in this case that they are destined for Cargill, as well as a weighing station where bags of cocoa are sorted for Cargill.
Below are some of the photos taken during our fact-finding mission to Cote D'Ivoir. Pictured are trafficked children from Mali between the ages of 8 and 14, working on a cocoa plantation. This plantation in particular supplies Cocoa to Nestle. These young boys used sharp machetes to clear brush and harvest cocoa pods.
Linked below are the key briefs submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court in Doe v. Nestle. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on December 1st, 2020.
THE SUPREME COURT WILL HEAR ARGUMENT ON DECEMBER 1, 2020 ON REQUEST BY NESTLE and CARGILL TO GIVE CORPORATIONS LEGAL IMMUNITY FROM USING CHILD SLAVES.
HELP STOP THEM!
Contact: Terry Collingsworth, Executive Director
email@example.com Twitter @tpcollingsworth
John Doe 3, pictured below, and the 14 other Plaintiffs in the case filed their brief in opposition to Apple, Tesla, Google, Dell and Microsoft’s motion to dismiss the case. The Plaintiffs were outraged to see that the companies do not dispute that the children were killed or maimed while mining cobalt for Glencore and Huayou, who supply to these tech companies. Instead, these giant, powerful companies claim they can’t really control what the mining companies do. The Plaintiffs show in their response that this is both legal and factual nonsense.
The Supreme Court briefs are attached below.
Here is the proposal given by Terrence Collingsworth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6T9xIeZTds&feature=youtu.be&t=3457 at 57:50.
Below is the transcript of that proposal:
Presentation by Terry Collingsworth in Support of
Human Rights Disclosure Proposal
September 22, 2020 Tesla, Inc. ASM