Mia Farrow, Amazon Watch Ecuador’s Fool; Chevron China’s Cover

Mia Farrow and Amazon Watch have been revealed as Ecuador’s fools, while the country led by President Rafael Correa has, and continues to do oil deals and oil production that … Read More

Mia Farrow Made Fool By Ecuador’s Rafael Correa In Chevron Case

Mia Farrow Made Fool By Ecuador’s Rafael Correa In Chevron Case. As reported over at The AmazonPost, since late 2013, Ecuador’s government, led by President Rafael Correa, has invited actors, … Read More

Cléver Jiménez, Chevron Ecuador Whisle-Blower, Says Rafael Correa Wants To Kill Him

Cléver Jiménez , in a shocking story from Plan V, says that Ecuador President Rafael Correa wants to kill him. If you recall, Cléver Jiménez is an elected official in … Read More

Rafael Correa Jails Cléver Jiménez, Chevron Ecuador Whistle-Blower

Rafael Correa orchestrated the jailing of Ecuadorian Assemblyman Cléver Jiménez, and for libel and slander and is having him investigated for the alleged “intercepting of confidential government documents” associated with … Read More

Chevron Ecuador: Karen Hinton Comes Out Swinging As Court Losses Grow

Karen Hinton, the tireless public relations director for The Amazon Defense Front – that was called The Amazon Defense Coalition before the media picked up on the fact that it … Read More

Ecuador’s Fraudulent Chevron Asset Chase Stopped In Canada

Steven Donziger and his friends have faced another giant setback in their attempt to collect $19 billion via Chevron as part of Ecuador’s rulling against the American oil giant that … Read More

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 … Read More

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 … Read More