According to Report Ecuador behind some protests against Chevron in U.S.

Posted on June 22, 2015 • Filed under: Conflicts, Ecuador, Politics, United States

HOTAIR.COM/Jazz Shaw wrote as you may recall, over the course of Ecuador’s attempted Chevron Shakedown, there have been sporadic protests in the streets wherever and whenever court actions were taking place. This included the hearings at the International Arbitration Tribunal, where people who were ostensibly environmental activists and “Friends of the Rain Forests” showed up to voice their displeasure with the energy giant’s unwillingness to pay off Steven Donziger and his fellow racketeers. (I only use that term because the man was found guilty of racketeering as a result of the attempted shakedown.)

But were all of those protesters really just concerned citizens making their voices heard? That claim is looking pretty dubious at this point. (Washington Free Beacon) Read Article


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