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Chevron Ecuador Judge Kaplan Sticks It To Donziger Again Download

New York Judge Lewis Kaplan stuck it to Steven Donziger the fraud-prone lead plaintiff lawyer trying to extort billions from Chevron (and who tried to get the federal judge removed from the RICO case against him) yet again. This time Judge Kaplan ruled that Chevron may conduct discovery regarding a $6.4 million contract between the government of Ecuador and MCSquared, a Brooklyn PR firm. The last time a discovery ruling was granted in this matter of Chevron v Ecuador, documents were uncovered that revealed Donziger's shady dealings bullying and falsifying environmental reports. All of that in an effort to gain the $19 billion initial judgment that Ecuador's court exacted against Chevron, which was never in Ecuador to start with between 1967 and 1992 - Texaco sold its shares of the oil production partnership with Ecuador in 1989, left in 1992, and signed a document clearing it of further environmental cleanup responsibility in 1998. Meanwhile PetroEcuador has been responsible for thousands of oil spills in their own region, and has not been punished for its actions - it just blames Chevron, which is not or has not been there. All of this has been done with Donziger's help over the years. Kaplan has to know that there is a powerful chance something else damaging might turn up. In the case of the NY PR Firm MCSquared, it was paid to draw in celebs like Mia Farrow to go to Ecuador and say bad things about Chevron. Farrow tried to make it look like she was working on her own dime when she was not. It was later learned that she gained $188,000 from the trip. Chevron is convinced that the discovery will reveal documents proving that Ecuador was working with Donziger to form the fraud case against it. I said this was the case five years ago. Stay tuned. Visit our blog Zennie62.com here: http://ift.tt/1d6iMwr

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