The Coca-Cola Case

This feature length documentary present a searing indictment of the Coca-Cola empire and its alleged kidnapping, torture and murder of union leaders trying to improve working conditions in Colombia, Guatemala and Turkey.

The filmmakers follow labour rights lawyers Daniel Kovalik and Terry Collingsworth and an activist for the Stop Killer-Coke! campaign, Ray Rogers, as they attempt to hold the giant U.S. multinational beverage company accountable in this legal and human rights battle. Listed below are union leaders at Coca-Cola’s Colombian bottling plants who have been murdered. Hundreds of other Coke workers have been tortured, kidnapped and/or illegally detained by violent paramilitaries, often working closely with plant managements.


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  • Paul

    Wow! They mentioned the talk they did at the University of Alberta! I went to that talk!

    • sherri

      I just have to say I don’t touch soft drinks, I’m just a water toddler.  I’m telling you we don’t need the soda, the sugar, the flour and all the junk they sell us, I’m doing great on just water, raw veges juice and plenty of raw nuts and seeds as well as spiralina for protein, b12 and iron thats all you need for optimal health . I am 61 and take no prescriptions, better make it organic the U.S. is obese eating the SAD diet

  • fuckgreece

    Capitalism it does such wonderful things to the world.

  • fuckgreece

    Capitalism it does such wonderful things to the world.

  • Harry

    Best solution is to avoid all Coca Cola products, and ask others to do so too. When the profits fall the company will have to change its ways

  • Harry

    Best solution is to avoid all Coca Cola products, and ask others to do so too. When the profits fall the company will have to change its ways

  • Harry

    Best solution is to avoid all Coca Cola products, and ask others to do so too. When the profits fall the company will have to change its ways

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4YaWmpl-0c Lea

    The Swiss multinational company Nestlé has operated in Colombia since 1944. Since start up, the history of the Nestlé workers in Colombia has been linked with permanent labour conflicts.
    Nestlé’s anti trade union strategy, and the complicity of the Colombian government, has been aimed at destroying the local trade unions based on threats, intimidation, kidnappings and harassment. Similarly the company has been responsible for violent actions against union leaders of the organisation- Check out the NOT FOR SALE documentary!

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4YaWmpl-0c Lea
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  • bulletbees

    Ah the joys of Capitalism

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jaymes420 Jaymes Moynihan

    I suddenly feel very guilty about all the coke i drink……*slurp*

  • http://www.facebook.com/jaymes420 Jaymes Moynihan

    I suddenly feel very guilty about all the coke i drink……*slurp*

  • will

    no more coke for me 

  • Yusra

    guys, i cant view this video. can any1 help me??

  • max

    crony capitalism