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Chevron Human Rights

Chevron's new tactic called a threat to First Amendment

Tracy L. Barnett | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Tracy L. Barnett

An Amazonian community's fifteen-year battle with Chevron is entering dangerous waters with the Chevron request for all of the 600 hours of unused footage from the filming of "Crude: The Movie".

Chevron Holds a Grudge, but the US Government Won't Budge.

Paul Paz y Miño | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Paul Paz y Miño

Chevron is fighting tooth and nail to save themselves from being held accountable for 3 billion barrels of spilled oil and the nearly 1,000 open pits they left behind in Ecuador.

The Torture Lawyers: Where Are They Now?

Andrew Woods | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Andrew Woods

William "Jim" Haynes II was hired in 2008 as Chief Corporate Counsel at Chevron Corporate Office in San Ramon, CA. Why would Chevron hire Haynes?

Chevron Seeks Money from Wounded and Tortured Protesters

David Weiner | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
David Weiner

Just what is Chevron trying to prove with these actions? Do they really need the money, which includes $190,000 in photocopying charges, and that accounts for less than a rounding error for the company?

Bowoto v. Chevron: Approaching the Arguments

Scott Gilmore | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Scott Gilmore

Why do police negotiators generally refuse to pay ransom for hostages? To do so would actually encourage more kidnappings by providing an incentive to would-be kidnappers.

Charles James: Chevron's In-House Karl Rove?

Andrew Woods | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Andrew Woods

One of the more interesting aspects of the Bowoto v. Chevron case has been the role played by attorney Charles James, who is considered a disciple of Karl Rove-style legal and political tactics.