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Read the letter sent from the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to CAT's CEO, Mr. James Owensby Jean Ziegeler, Special Rapporteur on the right to foodUnited Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
May 28th, 2004

"...there is also a concern that allowing the delivery of your D-9 and D-10 Caterpillar bulldozers to the Israeli army through the Government of the United States in the certain knowledge that they are being used for such actions, might involve complicity or acceptance on the part of your company to actual and potential violations of human rights, including the right to food."

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