Youth shot dead during clashes between community members and Shell security.
Protesters at Chevron’s facility attacked by Nigerian Joint Task Force; 1 death; 30 injured.
Two villages are attacked by Nigerian soldiers using helicopters and boats allegedly leased and/or owned by Chevron – number of villagers killed and injured. Chevron cleared from responsibility by US court.
Nigerian police and soldiers, allegedly flown in with Chevron helicopters and potentially hired by the corporation, shoot at oil platform protestors -2 dead, more than 10 wounded. One protester was taken into custody and claimed that the military tortured him. Chevron later cleared of any responsibility.
Allegations of knowing assistance to human rights violations including torture, rape, and murder by employing and providing material support to Indonesian military forces, who committed the alleged offenses during civil unrest.
Alleged involvement of BP in kidnapping, murder and torture of suspected pipeline activists.
Released documents show Shell paid Nigerian military to stop protest movements over its pollution. Protests were violently suppressed, with reported life losses.
Ford and IBM will again have to face a U.S. lawsuit claiming they encouraged human rights abuses such as killings and tortures in apartheid-era South Africa.
Shell charged with complicity in human rights abuses against the Ogoni people of Nigeria. Abuses include: “summary execution, crimes against humanity, torture, inhumane treatment, arbitrary arrest, wrongful death, and assault and battery.” Case settled for $15.5 million.
Slave labor, torture, execution-style killings and human trafficking in Thai fishing boats supplying major supermarkets.