World's Largest Environmental Lawsuit in Ecuador
The battle pits five indigenous tribes and more than 100 farmer organizations against Chevron, the third-largest company in United States. Chevron took on the battle when it purchased Texaco in 2001, and it's currently fighting a multibillion-dollar lawsuit in an Ecuadorian court. Escalating from $27 billion to $40 billion or maybe $90 billion
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PART 1) In Ecuador, 30,000 natives fight for compensation against Texaco (now Chevron), accused of 3 decades of toxic dumping in Amazon
PART 2) Dirty Tricks in Chevron Ecuador Lawsuit
Key Witness Santiago Escobar, testifies that Chevron Paid Bribes, Switched Soil Samples in $27b Ecuador Lawsuit. Communities Urge Ecuadorian Prosecutors to Interview Chevron Contractor Diego Borja over Massive Fraud by Oil Giant.