Drilling and Killing
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Drilling and Killing: Chevron and Nigeria's Oil Dictatorship is an audio documentary produced by Amy Goodman and Jeremy Scahill, mixed and engineered by Dred Scott Keyes. The piece was first aired in 1998 on Democracy Now!
The documentary suggested the possibility for the first time that Chevron played a role in the killing of two Nigerian villagers by facilitating an attack by the Nigerian Navy and Mobile Police (MOPOL).
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- George Polk Award for Radio Reporting
- Project Censored Award
- Overseas Press Club, The Lowell Thomas Award, (refused)
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