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Supreme Court Passes On 'Chevron Shakedown' By Lying Lawyer


The Chevron Shakedown artists are rejected at the Supreme Court - Hot Air 

"The facts of the Ecuadorian judicial extortion scheme and the illegality of the plaintiffs' lawyer misconduct have been finally and conclusively affirmed by the legal system of the United States," said R. Hewitt Pate, Chevron vice president and general counsel. "Today's decision is an important step toward bringing this illegal scheme to a final conclusion."


Just a brief update in our years long coverage of the Chevron Shakedown, and one which should be the last act in this sordid play, at least here in the United States. You may recall that about one month ago, the plaintiffs in the case, led by Manhattan Attorney Steven Donziger and his group of "environmentalist" allies, filed an appeal from the last in a long series of judgements which had gone against them. Having unsuccessfully tried to pick Chevron's pockets to the tune of billions of dollars in a corrupt trial in Ecuador, Donziger had been found to have engaged in racketeering and massive corruption. He had hoped to take a last ditch chance and ask the Supreme Court to hear his appeal. This week that last chance fell through as the Supremes passed on the invitation, allowing the lower court's judgement to stand. (Bloomberg)

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