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In April 2011 [Swedish] Studsvik praised defeat of a bill in the US State of Tennessee legislature that would have prohibited dumping low-level nuclear waste in landfills…

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Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike Diorama at the National Civil Rights Museum, by Adam Jones, Ph.D., CC- By- SA - 3.0 via Wikimedia
Photo of the Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike Diorama at the National Civil Rights Museum, by Adam Jones, Ph.D., CC-By-SA-3.0 via Wikimedia

In 2009, the Swedish company Studsvik settled over a lawsuit, which said that black employees were subjected “to excessive radiation exposure, more than their white co-workers” at Studsvik’s Memphis, Tennessee, USA, facilty. This was forty one years after Martin Luther King was assassinated (April 4, 1968), while supporting the strike of Memphis sanitation workers, subsequent to the deaths of two workers crushed in the back of a garbage truck, which followed upon years of “poor treatment, discrimination, dangerous working conditions” – a strike declared illegal by Memphis Mayor Henry Loeb [1].

While the legal complaint is said, by (Swedish) Studsvik, to have predated Studsvik ownership, Studsvik is clearly comprised of wicked people: “In April 2011 Studsvik praised defeat of a bill in the…

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