The Coca-Cola Case

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Exactly how companies treat people, especially the third world. In this feature documentary, German directors and Carmen García Gutiérrez present a sharp indictment of Coca-Cola empire and torture alleged abduction and murder of union leaders trying to improve working conditions in Colombia, Guatemala and Turkey.

The filmmakers are labor rights lawyers Daniel Kovalik and Terry Collingsworth and activist of the Stop Killer Coke! campaign, Ray Rogers, in his attempt to keep the giant U.S. company beverage multinationals responsible in this battle, the legal and human rights.

Many union leaders in the Colombian bottlers of Coca-Cola have been killed. Hundreds of other Coke workers have been tortured, kidnapped and / or illegally detained by violent paramilitaries, often working in close collaboration with the addresses of the sites.

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