So the verdict is in.
25 years it took to come to this conclusion?
As Indra Sinha says in The Guardian’s Comment is Free
The company fined $11,000 for causing the deaths of more than 20,000 people? That’s 55 cents a death. What of the quarter of a century of suffering endured by more than 100,000 sick survivors? Eleven cents apiece. As criminal damages go, never has a lower price been set on human life and health.