Ecuadoran court hits Chevron with record judgment

Carol Greenberg Conservative Outlooks 2/15/2011

Please see my previous posts on this subject, each will link back to the previous. In the last installment the Ecuadoran plaintiffs had hired a new high-powered attorney. Chevron reacted by filing RICO charges against dozens of people and companies in this corruption, collusion-filled 18 year old lawsuit. FYI the […]

Another Orwellian Wilders Trial in The Netherlands?

Andrew G. Bostom Big Peace 10/12/2010

Geert Wilders, on trial in Amsterdam for “inciting hatred and discrimination against Muslims,” has also been summoned by a court in The Hague because imam Fawaz Jneid is demanding €55,000 [$77,500 US] in “damages” from the Dutch MP. The so-called basis for this absurd lawsuit is that Wilders […]

Prosecuting American ‘War Crimes’

The International Criminal Court claims jurisdiction over U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.

by DANIEL SCHWAMMENTHAL The Wall Street Journal November 26, 2009

The Hague

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressed “great regret” in August that the U.S. is not a signatory to the International Criminal Court (ICC). This has fueled speculation that the Obama administration may […]