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Chevron's Views
And Opinions On
The Ecuador Lawsuit.

September 14, 2015
Rafael Correa - President of Ecuador - Ecuador political news

Rafael Correa’s Fairyland of Misinformation – PanAm Post

During the recent Tianjin tragedy, the Chinese government feared the press more than it feared the explosions. That’s why officials unleashed a campaign of propaganda and censorship to conceal the facts from the public eye, in the name of “stability.” Similarly, President Rafael Correa declared a state of emergency in Ecuador following the eruption of the Cotopaxi volcano on August 14. In other words, he hijacked Ecuadorians’ right to be informed, ensuring that the public only received news on the situation through bulletins released by the Ministry of Security. Read more>>

September 14, 2015
Rafael Correa - president of Ecuador - Ecuador political news

Ecuador’s Only Free Speech Organization Shut Down by Correa Government – Latin Post

Fundamedios, Ecuador’s only independent organization devoted to free press, is being targeted by the government and is likely to soon be shut down. Read more>>

September 11, 2015

US critical of Ecuador over free speech – Associated Press

The U.S. State Department is expressing concern about what it calls increasing restrictions on freedom of expression and association in Ecuador. Read more>>

September 10, 2015
Ecuador political news

Ecuadorian government orders press freedom group to disband – The Guardian

Despite nearly 600 attacks against journalists in the country being reported between 2008-2012, Fundamedios has been ordered to close down. Read more>>

September 8, 2015
Fraud against Chevron in Ecuador

Chevron Settles with eDiscovery Vendor – Bloomberg BNA

The San Francisco eDiscovery vendor H5 announced Thursday it will relinquish its 1.25 percent interest in a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron in Ecuador related to a decades-old oil pollution dispute in the Amazon. Read more>>

September 8, 2015
Ecuador political news

Chevron’s statement with regard to the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in the Chevron Corp. v. Yaiguaje case

“Today’s decision has no bearing on the legitimacy or enforceability of the fraudulent Ecuadorian judgment.”

September 4, 2015
Fraud against Chevron in Ecuador

Chevron Pressures Another Foe to Fold in Ecuador Pollution Case – Bloomberg

The San Francisco litigation consultancy H5, which had joined forces with U.S. plaintiffs’ lawyers to attack Chevron over oil contamination in Ecuador, withdrew from the conflict and assigned its 1.25 percent interest in a pending $9.5 billion Ecuadorian judgment to the U.S. energy company. Read more>>