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Old 11-23-2012, 07:28 PM   #89
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Sure, this model can work for a one off event with a single clearly identifiable polluter. And it was used in the BP case.
Nope. I was used before that. It can be used for many more than one event too.

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How do you apply strict liability to my air pollution case, where polluting is a normal part of every day business or activity of individuals and there is no single easily identifiable culprit? How go I go after those liable for my health problems and decrease in quality of life?
Read the references I gave you.
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