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28 Jul 2005

Peter J. Robertson, Vice Chairman of the Board, Chevron

[PDF] [Chevron response to AFL-CIO]

...I am unable to comment on the specifics of the pending litigation regarding the Parabe incident...It is our position that Chevron’s local affiliate was not responsible for the tragic events that occurred in Nigeria in May 1998. We welcome the opportunity to vigorously defend our actions and reputation in court...Let me now take this opportunity to respond to your questions on our approach to human rights, the progress we have made on our Human Rights Statement, and our business practices.

Part of the following timelines

USA: Shareholders concerned about Chevron's lack of human rights policy in light of Unocal merger

Chevron lawsuit (re Nigeria)