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Chevron, Trying to Fight Ecuador Lawsuit, Now Claiming Plaintiffs Don't Really Exist

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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 02:58 PM
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Chevron, Trying to Fight Ecuador Lawsuit, Now Claiming Plaintiffs Don't Really Exist


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Event In Amazon Jungle Puts Lie to Oil Giant's Latest Desperate Tactic Several indigenous plaintiffs in the historic environmental lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador came together this week at one of the oil giant's polluted well sites in the Amazon rainforest to once again "prove" they are real in light of Chevron's latest legal motion claiming they don't really exist.
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posted on Jan, 28 2011 @ 02:58 PM
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Chevron, just in third place in The 2010 Corporate Hall Of Shame
- only beat out by Monsanto and BP is engaged in one of the worst cases of Corporate "evil" as we speak!

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Chevron is accused of deliberately dumping billions of gallons of toxic waste into the Amazon from 1964 to 1990, when it operated a huge oil concession. The disaster is considered by some experts to be the worst oil-related environmental problem in the world today, with an area the size of Rhode Island laden with toxins



To make matters worse, the corporation refuses to clean-up its mess or compensate its victims.


And as if that is not bad enough, now the Chevron lawyers are saying the victims dont really exist!
Hows that for in your face disregard for humanity?!


Chevron's legal team in Ecuador, which has been sanctioned recently for filing frivolous motions to delay the trial, had asked the court in December to dismiss the lawsuit on the grounds
that the plaintiffs dont exist!


the lead attorney in Ecuador, said any discrepancies resulted from the fact the indigenous plaintiffs rarely sign their names to documents and thus any two signatures from the same person usually look slightly different


This was put out for immediate release.
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edit on 28-1-2011 by burntheships because: (no reason given)



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