New video exposes collusion by U.S. trial lawyers and Ecuador plaintiffs in creating $27 billion report

June 2, 2009 • Texaco & Ecuador - History Behind The Trial

The biggest misconception in the long running Ecuador litigation is the claim by plaintiffs in the case that Chevron could be liable to pay a grossly distorted penalty in this case. The truth behind this number is that it was made up by the plaintiffs’ team in collusion with the court-appointed author. This new video shows how the plaintiffs paid for, supported …

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chevronecuadorNew video exposes collusion by U.S. trial lawyers and Ecuador plaintiffs in creating $27 billion report

Texaco Petroleum, Ecuador and the Lawsuit against Chevron

June 2, 2009 • Texaco & Ecuador - History Behind The Trial

Executive Summary The environmental case pending against Chevron in Ecuador has devolved into a runaway judicial farce, orchestrated by a community of interest made up of U.S.-based contingency-fee lawyers seeking a financial bonanza and the government of Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, which seeks both a financial and political windfall. Four facts about the case cannot be disputed: 1. At the …

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