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Friday Morning After
Interview w/ lawyer Murray Klippenstien
Murray Klippenstien
 Tariq Jeeroburkhan  Contact Contributor
On March 6, 2009 we spoke with Marcia Ramirez, Carlos Zorilla and their Canadian lawyer Murray Klippenstein. These Ecuadorian villagers were in Canada to generate awareness about the lawsuit they were launching against the Copper Mesa Mining Company and the Toronto Stock Exchange in response to the environmental devastation that had been reeked on their community as a result of the Canadian mining company's actions.

In January of 2010 the Toronto Stock Exchange de-listed the Copper Mesa Company from the scrolls and the company lost 60% of its stock value over the next 48 hours. On March 25, 2010 the lawsuit against the Stock Exchange itself, as an enabler to the environmental devastation, proceeded with pre-trial hearings.

We spoke with lawyer Murray Klippenstien about the successes and challenges.

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