In court documents filed in 2001, a group of Indonesian villagers sued ExxonMobil for alleged human rights abuses committed by the gas giant's security guards
Eleven Indonesian villagers who are suing ExxonMobil Corporation for alleged human rights abuses will finally go to court after a judge ruled at the end of July that their case can go to trial.
On this episode of the Hukum podcast, we read through the 85-page opinion in which US District Court Judge Royce Lamberth ruled that the case should be heard in front of a jury after dragging through the US court system for 21 years.
Further reading and listening:
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