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The decision—handed down today by New York District Court Judge Lewis Kaplan—also underscores the threat that well-financed corporations pose to justice and the rule of law with their ability to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on efforts to attack victims and their allies.
Since Chevron filed the bogus RICO action, Ecuadorians and their allies have been relentlessly attacked by the company’s army of lawyers and PR agents.
For well over a decade, Amazon Watch has stood with those affected by Chevron’s deliberate dumping of 18 billion gallons of toxic wastewater into the Amazon rainforest. Despite admitting to the crime, Chevron has refused to …
how come there are never any criminal penalties for this kind of thing? as in people going to prison??
-Mar. 5, 2014
you don’t have to believe in global warming to hate pollution.
Evil and more evil.
SURPRISE SURPRISE fuck
Son what the fuck