Published in Physician Law Weekly, October 27th, 2004
The Indonesian government has detained five executives of the Denver-based mining company in a Jakarta because of a police investigation into allegations it dumped mercury and arsenic-laced mine waste into the sea off the island of Sulawesi.
The company has repeatedly denied the charges.
Umar Fahmi, Indonesia's minister of communicable disease, said the level of mercury in the hair of...
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