Lies Help US Federal Judge Protect Chevron From $9.5 Billion Oil Judgment, Litigated in Canada

U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan
Ecuadorian who died from cancer not long after picture taken by Lou Dematteis.
Nurse Rosa Moreno in her health clinic in San Carlos, Ecuador. She passed away in 2017 from cancer.
One of over 1,000 unlined, oil pits Texaco used to store toxins after drilling.
Oil found underneath dirt used by Texaco to fake a cleanup.
Steven Donziger, one of the Ecuadorians’ attorneys
Young Ecuadorian boy’s hand impaired by exposure to cancer.
Alberto Guerra who admitted to lying about Chevron’s charges against Ecuadorians & their attorneys.

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I am the author of Penis Politics: A Memoir of Women, Men & Power. I also worked for several Democratic politicians as press secretary and in public relations.

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I am the author of Penis Politics: A Memoir of Women, Men & Power. I also worked for several Democratic politicians as press secretary and in public relations.

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