No Justice for Oil

Remember the Oil-for-Food scandal, that win-win situation between American oil companies and Saddam Hussein, that "evidence" of corruption used to taint UN credibility before invading Iraq?

Well, Chevron, "investing in human energy," is about to settle with federal prosecutors, admitting it gave kickbacks to Saddam but denying any wrongdoing.

They will be paying a 38million dollar fine, "seven tenths of one percent of its weekly revenue base." Seven tenths more than the amount of justice administered.

Chevron, Home of the "2006 Corporate Responsibility Report"
(More information at Mask of Anarchy)