San Francisco Sentinel – Chevron Annual Meeting Protestors Demonstrate Ties to Madoff-style Ponzi Scheme, Ecuador lawsuit True Cost of Chevron campaign is Part of Fraudulent Lawsuit by Plaintiffs Against Chevron
This article discusses the fraudulent litigation and public relations campaign against Chevron:
Chevron’s annual shareholder’s meeting today will be attended by about 25 shareholders claiming to represent indigenous peoples in Ecuador, but they are all shilling for attorneys and alleged environmental groups that have been part of a fraudulent lawsuit against the oil company.
The organizations claiming to represent Chevron shareholders include Rainforest Action Network, AmazonWatch, Earthrights International, Amazon Defense Coalition, and other groups. Some have been named in a Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) lawsuit by Chevron for their support of a lawsuit that accuses Texaco (Chevron purchased Texaco in 2001) of alleged pollution while drilling for oil in Ecuador.