Chevron Ecuador: President Correa Joins Steve Donziger In Fraud

Chevron Ecuador has taken a new, dramatic turn, unnoticed by the media, with the lone exception of this blogger – one who’s covered this issue of Ecuador’s fraudulent lawsuit against…

Chevron Ecuador: U.S. Supreme Court Rebuff Not A Loss For Chevron

Chevron Corporation attempted to have the U.S. Supreme Court take on the case of Ecuador plaintiff’s fraudulent lawsuit against the American Oil Company – one that has resulted in a…

Ecuador’s President Correa Runs Country “Like A Dictator”

A friend of mine, a good friend of this blogger, just returned from spending a good year in Ecuador. Her report was that she enjoyed the people she met, but…

Joel Young: Jessica Juarez Threatens Blogger To Change Story

While this blogger understands and sympathize with what Jessica Juarez seems to have gone through in her sad domestic violence case against Joel Young, one that the Alameda County Superior…

Chevron Ecuador Judge Nicolas Zambrano Dismissed; Correa Reverses On Media Suit

Nicolas Zambrano, the judge that awarded his own country fraudulently-obtained victory in the long-standing lawsuit against Chevron, was dismissed on Wednesday for the freeing of Cristian Suquisupa. What Zambrano did…

NY Times, Washington Post Show Ecuador President Correa’s Corruption

For those who romanticized Ecuador as a fair, democratic country with solid “freedom of the press” laws, much like America, it’s time to wake up. As I have explained in…

Chevron Should Stay Course In Ecuador Case, Ignore Shell Issue

There are calls in some media areas and by some oil industry analysts for Chevron to consider a payment settlement in the Ecuador case, and because the U.S. Supreme Court…

Ecuador’s Rafael Correa Has Columnist, Newspaper Editors Jailed, Fined $40 Million

On May 5th, this blogger reported on Ecuador President Rafael Correa’s attack on the country’s own media. While there are a number of examples, the most prominent one has resulted…