Chapter 3 of this exclusive report brings you how the case against Chevron stands now and the ongoing battle from the Ecuadorean Amazon in their continued fight for justice.

During the last few years, Chevron has spent almost US$61.83 million in lobbying activities to avoid its responsibility in the spill and has not paid one cent to the affected communities. Such strategies have included SLAPPs (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation), RICOs (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations), fake accusations against lawyers and victims, and even going after the Ecuadorean justice system directly. Chevron has done this with the purpose of harassing, criminalizing and bankrupting the weaker opponent in order to intimidate those fighting for their rights to give up on their case and their struggle. However, these leaders and communities will not be threatened and scared off so easily.  We lift up the voices of those continuing their fight and show you how you can help.

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CHAPTER 3

Ongoing Struggle

"We want to state that this trial is not only about the indigenous and campesinos, this trial is about life and human rights".

Rafael Pandam