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George Mason Law Professor Is Chevron's New Stooge in Ecuador Pollution Case

22 June 2017 | The Chevron Pit

You might want to ask Krauss in his next ethics class if his obvious ties to Chevron and his obfuscation of the truth compromise the academic standards of George Mason.     Read more...

Chevron's Payments To RICO Witness Are Not Just Ugly - They're Criminal

2 June 2017 | The Huffington Post

Did Chevron and its legal team at Gibson Dunn give "anything of value" to Alberto Guerra "for or because of [his] testimony" in Chevron's RICO case? Did they do so "to influence [Guerra's] testimony"? Oh yeah. Oh $$$ Yeah.      Read more...

Chevron CEO Is Lying to His Own Shareholders Over $12 Billion Ecuador Liability

2 June 2017 | The Chevron Pit

One thing clear from the wreckage that was Chevron's annual meeting this week: CEO John Watson is blatantly lying to his own shareholders over the disastrous handling of the company's $12 billion Ecuador environmental liability.     Read more...

Chevron Creating Fake News To Hide Environmental Crimes in Ecuador's AmazonChevron Executives Misused Millions of Shareholder Dollars To Bribe a Witness in Violation of U.S. Federal Law

30 May 2017 | Eye on the Amazon

It may seem like this is stating the obvious, but it's a crime to bribe a witness to a U.S. federal court. Funny thing, though; Chevron has done just that, to the tune of $2 million dollars. Yet no one inside Chevron has demanded an explanation for this – until now.     Read more...

Chevron Creating Fake News To Hide Environmental Crimes in Ecuador's Amazon

23 May 2017 | The Chevron Pit

Chevron is again trying to spread fake news to try to distract attention from its environmental crimes and sham remediation in Ecuador, where the company is on the hook for a $9.5 billion liability and faces potential criminal prosecution for presenting fabricated evidence to a U.S. court.     Read more...

Journalist Roger Parloff Blows It Again Over Chevron's Ecuador Pollution Case

19 May 2017 | The Chevron Pit

Legal journalist Roger Parloff, recently dismissed by Fortune magazine, has resurfaced as a writer for Yahoo Finance. But one thing that hasn't changed is his dishonest and unbalanced reporting in favor of Chevron in the historic Ecuador pollution case where the company faces a huge liability for its toxic dumping in the rainforest.     Read more...

Will the Supreme Court Strike Down Chevron's Facially Corrupt RICO Case?

16 May 2017 | Huffington Post

The Supreme Court has one last chance to stop Chevron’s self-serving legal circus from becoming law of the land and a stain on U.S. legal history. It has a chance to do something to help the underlying human tragedy.     Read more...

Supreme Court Faces Major Test With Chevron's Facially Corrupt RICO Case

16 May 2017 | The Chevron Pit

An explosive new report that details how U.S. courts endorsed Chevron's fabricated evidence in its facially corrupt RICO case against Ecuadorian villagers presents a major test for the U.S. Supreme Court.     Read more...

Chevron's Illegal Payments To Witnesses Should Prompt Supreme Court To Reconsider Case

6 May 2017 | EarthRights International

For nearly three decades, Ecuadorian communities have tried to hold Texaco (now Chevron) accountable for the company's legacy of oil pollution in the Ecuadorian Amazon. The saga has stretched across the globe, across multiple court rooms and tribunals, and yet justice for the Ecuadorian victims remains elusive.     Read more...

"Chevron Was Just Fabricating a Lie To Get Out of Paying for a Cleanup"

5 May 2017 | CounterSpin

Janine Jackson interviewed Paul Paz y Miño about Chevron’s oil spill in Ecuador for the May 5, 2017 episode of CounterSpin.      Read more...