Bhopal tragedy victims overwhelmed, WikiLeaks exposes Dow

Bhopal Gas Tragedy victim
London, Feb 27: The victims of Bhopal gas tragedy might have been overwhelmed citing the unexpected sudden support from Julian Assange and his website - WikiLeaks. The whistle-blower on Monday, Feb 27 resumed whistle-blowing.

This time it seems that Dow Chemical has become one of the major victims of WikiLeaks' wrath. The website shows how the company officials has been keeping an eye (read spying) on an activist working on Bhopal gas tragedy.

WikiLeaks' revelation might be proved as a fatal for Dow as it has already faced enough criticism over sponsoring during upcoming Olympics 2012. However, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has appreciated Indian Olympic Association's (IOA) concern for the victims of 1984 Bhopal Tragedy but maintained that Dow Chemicals had no ownership stakes in Union Carbide till 2000.

IOC also said that its relationship with Dow Chemicals is well over 30 years and "we were aware of the Bhopal tragedy when discussing the partnership with Dow".

Here it can be recalled that WikiLeaks claimed that they soon will expose several confidential deals of Stratfor with many large corporations, such as Bhopal's Dow Chemical Co. and Lockheed Martin and government agencies. WikiLeaks also informed that they have proofs of Stratfor's links with US department of Homeland Security, the US Marines and the US Defense Intelligence Agency.

The whistle-blower on Monday have already published more than five million confidential emails from Stratfor.

A press-release from WikiLeaks says, "The messages, which date from between July 2004 and December 2011, will reveal Stratfor's web of informers, pay-off structure, payment-laundering techniques and psychological methods."

The press-release also added, "The material shows how a private intelligence agency works, and how they target individuals for their corporate and government clients."

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