Obama’s Solicitor General Defends Corporations ‘Aiding and Abetting’ Child Slavery Before Supreme Court

Barack Obama’s former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal recently argued before the Supreme Court, advocating for U.S. corporates to not be punishable for “aiding and abetting” child slavery. Katyal, who is a staunch critic of President Trump and author of Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump, argued that if an American corporation aids and abets child slavery in a foreign country, its victims cannot sue the company in an American court. Advocating on behalf of companies Nestle and Cargill, Katyal’s case focused on a class-action lawsuit filed by six citizens of Mali, allegedly trafficked to the Ivory Coast between the ages of