The following Chevron created videos provide a comprehensive and never seen before look at the case in Ecuador. From the history of oil production in the region to the pervasive fraud that has plagued the litigation in Lago Agrio, these videos detail all aspects of the situation in Ecuador, including evidence of fraud obtained by Chevron in the form of video outtakes, depositions and internal emails and documents from the plaintiffs' lawyers themselves.
Lawyers for Chevron Corporation provided evidence to Ecuador authorities, including video recordings and emails, to assist with the investigation of a $3 million bribe scheme associated with an environmental lawsuit against the company. These are the eleven video clips provided to the Government of Ecuador.
Video recordings reveal a $3 million bribery scheme implicating the judge presiding over the environmental lawsuit currently pending against Chevron and individuals who identify themselves as representatives of the Ecuadorian government and its ruling party.
Four meetings were videotaped. These are the complete recordings of those meetings.
Chevron is sympathetic to the plight of the citizens of the Oriente in Ecuador. The area is plagued by a lack of infrastructure, crime and poor living conditions. However, we firmly reject the notion that Chevron should be held accountable for addressing the overall problems of the region, caused because the government and the state oil company are unwilling or unable to shoulder their responsibility.
Watch these videos to learn more about why this lawsuit against Chevron should be dismissed.
Chevron is sympathetic to the plight of the citizens of the Oriente in Ecuador. The area is plagued by a lack of infrastructure, crime and poor living conditions. However, we firmly reject the notion that Chevron should be held accountable for add...