India’s top investigative agency may seek the...
India’s top investigative agency may seek the extradition of former Union Carbide Chairman Warren Anderson if he fails to attend a Nov. 15 hearing on charges of culpable homicide in the Bhopal gas disaster case. The government brought the culpable homicide charges against Anderson and his successor as chairman, Robert Kennedy, last December in connection with the deaths of 2,998 people from toxic vapors that spewed Dec. 3, 1984, from the now-defunct Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, 375 miles south of New Delhi.
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