New video exposes collusion by U.S. trial lawyers and Ecuador plaintiffs in creating $27 billion report
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 and provided content for the report. It also highlights how the court conveniently ignores the pollution generated by Petroecuador, the state owned oil company which has accepted 100 percent responsibility for all oil operations in the former consortium managed area.