Sting “ringleader” re-enters Chevron-Ecuador case

Reuters: Plaintiffs in the Ecuador pollution case against Chevron Corp will get to question the man they call the "ringleader" of a sting operation that is key to Chevron's efforts to avoid paying a massive judgment. The deposition of Diego Borja will be the first chance for the plaintiffs to use the same kind of U.S. legal device extensively used by the oil company in building its extortion case against them. The Borja ruling comes just days after an Ecuadorean court awarded plaintiffs $8.6 billion......

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