2014-10-02 02:26:34

Mia Farrow and Amazon Watch have been revealed as Ecuador’s fools, while the country led by President Rafael Correa has, and continues to do oil deals and oil production that show cheerful disregard for the environment. Moreover, Chevron, the American oil company not even doing business in Ecuador (and hasn’t ever done so, having purchased Texaco, which...

Did Chevron’s Lawyers Double-Cross the Oil Company?BusinessweekHere’s the real story: Donziger successfully sued Chevron in Ecuador on behalf of thousands of poor rain-forest farmers and tribe members who blame the U.S. multinational for pollution in the Amazon. Courtroom hostilities that began more than 20 years … …read more Source:...

Mia Farrow Made Fool By Ecuador’s Rafael Correa In Chevron Case. As reported over at The AmazonPost, since late 2013, Ecuador’s government, led by President Rafael Correa, has invited actors, politicians, journalists and many others to the Oriente region of the Amazon to see oil contamination allegedly caused by Texaco. Their latest guest is Mia Farrow, the critically-acclaimed...

Ecuador digs deep to fight oil tyrannyMail & Guardian OnlineAsked about the purpose of all the court cases Chevron is pursuing, Craig said Chevron had accused US lawyer Steven Donziger, as well as “numerous co-conspirators, of fraud and racketeering for planning and carrying out a scheme aimed at extorting … …read more Source: Chevron Ecuador...

Chevron Ecuador Lawsuit plaintiff’s lawyer Steven Donziger might claim to be fighting for the indigenous poor of Ecuador, but he’s gotten rich from it in the process. Moreover, his money gain was from a friend who profited from work in online gaming and in phone sex. Thanks to investments from law school friend Russell DeLeon, who was an employee in his...

The Holmes ReportChevron has sued the lawyers in New York, accusing them of fraud and extortion, and has charged that judges in Ecuador conspired with the plaintiffs—part of a strategy developed five years ago by San Francisco-based crisis counselor Sam Singer. The … …read more Source: Chevron Ecuador Fraud News By Google ...

Since When Did Lobbying and PR Become Extortion?Scoop.co.nz… lawsuit against a group of Ecuadorian indigenous peoples, farmers and their attorneys (Chevron Corp. vs. Donziger), it’s time to tune into this 20-year battle over who should pay to clean up one of the world’s worst oil contamination disasters … …read more Source: Chevron...

Cléver Jiménez , in a shocking story from Plan V, says that Ecuador President Rafael Correa wants to kill him. If you recall, Cléver Jiménez is an elected official in Ecuador who was accused of, among other actions, giving his emails regarding the Ecuador lawsuit against Chevron to Chevron. To recap. this is what I blogged on January 21st: Rafael Correa orchestrated...

PoliticoIf you are one of them and you know nothing about Chevron’s racketeering lawsuit against a group of Ecuadorian indigenous peoples, farmers and their attorneys (Chevron Corp. vs. Donziger), it’s time to tune into this 20-year battle over who should pay … and more …read more Source: Chevron Ecuador Fraud News By Google ...

Rafael Correa orchestrated the jailing of Ecuadorian Assemblyman Cléver Jiménez, and for libel and slander and is having him investigated for the alleged “intercepting of confidential government documents” associated with Ecuador’s lawsuit against Chevron. If you want a window into what could have happened to an Ecuador judge if that person ruled...

New Christie Attack Dog Attorney No Friend to Ecuador’s Indigenous PeoplesHuffington PostIrate over the film, which depicts Fajardo and U.S. plaintiff lawyer Steven Donziger in a favorable light, Chevron claimed that Crude actually showed efforts to threaten a judge in Ecuador while inflating damage estimates. Over at Gibson & Dunn, Mastro … ...

Chevron Ecuador: Ecuador Owned Oil Prod. Gave Texaco Immunity From Envronmental Cleanup In 90s Chevron Ecuador: Ecuador Owned Oil Prod. Gave Texaco Written Immunity From Envronmental Cleanup In 90s. According to Plan V of Ecuador, from 1964 to 1992, Ecuador steadily increased its ownership of the oil production consortium with what was Texaco-Gulf, and to the point...

USA TODAYJeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com and new owner of The Washington Post, suffered a kidney stone attack while celebrating the New Year in the Galapagos Islands and had to be rushed back to the U.S.. On New Year’s Day, an Ecuadorian navy …Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos Evacuated From Galapagos Islands After Medical …ABC NewsAmazon’s Bezos...

The YouTube Copyright Claim Process, currently the focus of negative media coverage because of its allowance of fraudulent takedowns of videos allegedly under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA), was used against Chevron in the matter of Ecuador – fraudulently. The Spanish firm Ares Rights filed a YouTube Copyright Claim against 4 videos on the Texaco Ecuador...

Analysis: Why Chevron’s RICO Case Won’t Survive Appeal and Will Backfire …CSRwire.com (press release)“The RICO case remains a sideshow that Chevron is using to try to distract its shareholders and employees from evidence of its crimes, fraud, and human rights absues in Ecuador,” says the analysis. The analysis summarized … Kaplan...

What Chevron and SAC Chief Steve Cohen’s Ex-Wife Have in CommonBusinessweekThe Second Circuit did not rule on the merits, but it did say that Patricia Cohen validly asserted claims that her ex-husband violated the racketeering law, committed fraud, and breached his fiduciary duty. Since Patricia Cohen began to pursue her ex … and more …read...

Ecuador President Rafael Correa has vowed to resign if Chevron can prove that his government interfered with the case against the American Oil Company in Ecuador, according to IndustryWeek.com. “Let Chevron prove that the government interfered in the judgment, and I will resign my post,” President Correa said Tuesday at a news conference in Guayaquil. “The...

On November 4th, Joseph Kohn, the name partner in the Philadelphia law firm of Kohn, Swift & Graf, came to the New York U.S. District Court where the RICO case of Chevron v. Donziger is being tried, took the stand as a witness for Chevron and against Steven Donziger. The trouble is, at least for Donziger, that Joseph Kohn was his employer and his friend. But one of...

Atossa Soltani, of Amazon Watch, and its the founder and executive director, has reportedly elected to avoid testifying on behalf of RICO defendant Steven Donziger in the Chevron Ecuador fraud trial, this blogger learned today. Chevron is suing Steven Donziger in the ongoing Chevron Ecuador controversy for alleged violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations...

The Chevron Ecuador trial pitting Steven Donziger against the American Oil Company based on its RICO complaint, has taken a turn against the now-famous trial lawyer. According to a number of sources, Jeffrey Shinder, Managing Partner of the law firm Constantine Cannon’s New York office, took the stand and explained that he had his law firm bow out of working with...

Chevron Ecuador compares to Chevron Oil Refinery Accident? Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin can’t resist acting like an irresponsible and unknowing political activist, even as the Mayor of Richmond. (Bet she doesn’t know that oil on her gloves in that Contra Costa Times photo came from the state-run Petroecuador’s many oil spills! The Mayor of Richmond...

The trial of Chevron v. Steven Donziger is under way as this is written, and this blogger has to fire off at the totally phony narrative that’s been launched and spun by Mr. Donziger and the old-reliable Amazon Watch. It’s hard to blog for laughing, but it has to be done. First, Steven Donziger says that Chevron’s trying to destroy” him. I don’t...

In the latest chapter of the Chevron Ecuador lawsuit, the American oil company is moving closer to legal victory, particularly over its main attacker, Steven Donziger. Donziger has long claimed that Chevron was responsible for oil pollution in Ecuador’s Amazon region, even though the state-run Petroeucador was the principal owner of the consortium that produced...

The latest Chevron Ecuador news is that Chevron is not liable for environmental damage claims made and that stemmed from the operation of an oil production constortium from 1966 to 1992 that consisted of Texaco Petroleum Company, and Petroecuador, the state-run oil company of Ecuador, and generally called TexPet. An International Arbitration Tribunal, which was formed...

Chevron Ecuador has another new twist: Steven Donziger, the lead plaintiff’s lawyer in the lawsuit against Chevron by Ecuador (the claim that it was filed by Ecuador’s indigent community, and with no involvement from the Government of Ecuador, was disproved long ago), is caught red-handed in fabricating evidence via court proceedings where his own team of...

Ecuador President Rafael Correa, in following through on a promise he made four years ago to drill in the United Nations-protected Yasuni National Park, has upset many in Ecuador, and revealed the lawsuit against Chevron to be what this blogger has long said it was: a sham. President Correa proved this weekend, that his main concern is not for the protection of the...

Edward Snowden has a new girl in his life: Sarah Harrison. According to WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange, Sarah Harrison is a UK native and member of the WikiLeaks Legal Defense Team. According to accounts, she’s the mastermind behind Snowden’s departure from Hong Kong and for all practical purposes, his travel planner. CORRECTION. According to Lana Lam...

Either Edward Snowden was arrested, or took a different flight to Cuba, or is on Aeroflot flight SU150 from Moscow to Cuba but in a different seat and in a disguise, because according to this Twitter tweet, there are 30 journalists on the same plane and Snowden was to have two seats 17 B and 17 C, but both, as you can see by the photo, are empty. Here’s the video...

Edward Snowden, the NSA Whisleblower and Ex-CIA Contractor, is reportedly on his way to Cuba as this is being written, and a 7 AM press conference is planned in Ecuador with the Foreign Minister. Sources are quoting an Interfax source (Interfax is a subscription news service.) From reports citing a source in Sheremetevo airport air traffic control in Moscow, Aeroflot...

Edward Snowden, the NSA Whistleblower who introduced the World to the name PRISM, is, as of this writing in Moscow, and ether still in the airport, or at the Ecuador Embassy. Sunday marked a wild day for him and for the media. It started with Edward Snowden being given the right to leave Hong Kong and with the assistance of WikiLeaks members. He was flown to Moscow,...

Edward Snowden, the NSA Whisleblower who’s currently at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport, has asked for asylum to be granted to him in Ecuador. Reportedly, according to various sources, this has been done. Now, the man who was in Hong Kong, then boarded an Aeroflot flight to Moscow this Sunday morning, and was originally rumored to be on his way...

Edward Snowden’s visit to countries that have had issues with the United States continues. After leaving Hong Kong this morning, and with the aide of WikiLeaks members, Edward Snowden arrived in Moscow and is spending the night near the airport and is in the transit area, and not at the place of the Ecuador Embassy in Moscow. According to CNN’s report just...

UPDATE: Edward Snowden To Go To Ecuador, Not Iceland, Still In Moscow Edward Snowden, the NSA Whisleblower with a U.S. Government warrant for his arrest out, is in Moscow, having just arrived their from Hong Kong, and thanks to the legal and financial assistance of WikiLeaks and Hong Kong human rights officials. Snowden has been criminally charged by the USA: And after...

UPDATE: Edward Snowden Reportedly To Fly To Oslo, Norway After Moscow. Edward Snowden, the NSA Whisleblower boyfriend of Lindsey Mills, is as of this writing at Moscow Sheremetyevo International Aiport, having arrived on Aeroflot flight SU213, and from Hong Kong. Mr. Snowden was successfully transported out of Hong Kong when the U.S Department Of Justice failed to provide...

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange has issued a statement today, after one year in Ecuador and on Edward Snowden and his involvement in getting Snowden out of Hong Kong and to, for the present, Moscow. Snowden has been criminally charged by the USA: Here’s the statement: Statement by Julian Assange after One Year in Ecuadorian Embassy Saturday June 22nd, 15:00 GMT It...

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