Monday 19th of February 2018 | Spanish | English

Suscribirte en nuestro registro
y recibe noticias en tu correo electrónico

Regresar | Ultimas Noticias




The International Arbitral Tribunal of the Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague, has disclosed Ecuador’s forensic reports that contradicts Chevron’s accusation that the Lago Agrio Plaintiffs “ghostwrote” the first-instance Judgment. This technical evidence shows that Chevron’s main argument in its case theory against Ecuador is fabricated on the lies of the company’s payed witness Alberto Guerra, who claims to be the author of the Judgment. The forensic reports that we share with the international community show the following:

· That none of the orders Guerra claims to have authored were actually originated on his computer.
· That Guerra didn’t receive any of the Plaintiffs’ allegedly unfilled work product to create the Judgement.
· That the hard drives of the Judge who issued the Judgment contain evidence consistent with the conclusion that he drafted the Judgment on his computers.
· That the Judge who issued the Judgment conducted legal research on the Internet to support his deliberation and criteria.
· That the document that eventually became the Judgment was created on the Judge computer and was saved, edited and contained increasing percentages of final Judgment text over the appropriate time period.

  • Chevron Case: Racich Reports December 16, 2013; November 7, 2014; March 16, 2015