Oct 29, 2015

Chevron's star witness in $9.5 billion Ecuador oil pollution claim admits: 'I lied' - The Ecologist

It was all going so well for Chevron - a New York court had ruled that a $9.5 billion judgment against it set by Ecuador's supreme court for massive pollution deep in the Amazon was corrupt and fraudulent. But then its star witness broke ranks and admitted, in another court, that he had lied, and the only bribes were coming from Chevron. Will Ecuador's pollution victims finally get justice?

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