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LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES: Dan Stormer (L), the attorney representing the plaintiffs in Doe vrs UNOCAL, confers with lawyers Paul Richardson (C) and Cornelia Dai (R) during a hearing break in Los Angeles 23 January 2004. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Victoria Chaney ruled that the California-based oil company cannot be held liable for the alleged conduct of wholly owned units in the construction of a natural gas pipeline in Myanmar, formely known as Burma. Plaintiffs accused UNOCAL to be responsible for human right violations commited by Myanmar troops as they murdered, raped and enslaved villagers forcing them to work on the Yadana natural gas pipeline. AFP PHOTO/HECTOR MATA (Photo credit should read HECTOR MATA/AFP/Getty Images)
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LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES: Dan Stormer (L), the attorney representing the plaintiffs in Doe vrs UNOCAL, confers with lawyers Paul Richardson (C) and Cornelia Dai (R) during a hearing break in Los Angeles 23 January 2004. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Victoria Chaney ruled that the California-based oil company cannot be held liable for the alleged conduct of wholly owned units in the construction of a natural gas pipeline in Myanmar, formely known as Burma. Plaintiffs accused UNOCAL to be responsible for human right violations commited by Myanmar troops as they murdered, raped and enslaved villagers forcing them to work on the Yadana natural gas pipeline. AFP PHOTO/HECTOR MATA (Photo credit should read HECTOR MATA/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 23, 2004
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