Protests at the Incitec Pivot
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The General Assembly of Australian phosphate importer Incitec Pivot was visited by a dead camel.
Published 20 December 07

Ron Guy, sitting on a stuffed camel, at the General Assembly of the Australian phosphate importer, Incitec Pivot.

John Watson, the chair, and Julian Segal, the CEO (chief executive officer) of the company.

See videos from the demonstration here:
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