Many corporations make covert decisions resulting in aggression WITHOUT everyone in the corporation being aware of such decisions or being aware of the aggression. The corporation can't make decisions. The individuals on the board made the decisions. They're the individuals responsible.
Certain heads on the board of EXXON hire construction workers to build a pipeline from a building out into the ocean. Years later, other certain heads of the board hire truckers to transport waste oil and pour it into a holding tank in that building - which drains to the ocean.
This is incorrect . . . or "mostly incorrect" :-0)
Corporations CAN make decisions and do make decisions,
just not in the natural individual human manner.
Not only do corporations make decisions, their decision process can be such that no one can find out who had input to the decisions(who was present to vote, etc), let alone what their part was (vote yes?, no?, abstain?) Corporations can even make decisions by secret ballot.
Gangs, Frats, Organizations, etc. can also operate in such manner.
A "corporation" is NOT a natural person; hence, there is necessarily a distinction
between groups and individuals.
I can see how not understanding this would lead to difficulty answering the other questions I posed, so let's please stay on this point until we reach a common understanding.
Please let me know if you still think groups(such as corporations) are not distinctly different from individual natural persons(humans).
And if you do believe they are the same, please address the information above.