REPLY TO THIS ARTICLE: Chinese Whispers: Sticking all sorts of crime on Shell?
Not hysterical or a troll just sometimes fed up with the tabloid ?reporting? you make with innuendos, titilation and insertions with the word ?Shell? highlighted to try and make the reader believe Shell are full-on involved. Why do people that disagree with such reporting have to be trolls? Seems that most of the hysteria on this site is generated by its owner!!
REPLY BY JOHN:
You make personal comments about me hiding behind an alias. Comments that you do not have the courage to make under your real name.
With regards to this particular story involving corruption, I have never accused Shell of being implicated in the murder of Neil Heywood. I have had an acrimonious relationship with Shell for nearly two decades and have seen the dark side of the company. I do not believe that the current (or any recent) Shell management would have anything to do with murder.
Shell does however have a track record of getting involved in corruption in host countries e.g. paying a $48m fine for corruption in Nigeria. Also sponsorship of sex, drugs, gifts fueled corruption of USA regulatory authority employees.
It has a track record of close association with Hakluyt, the sometime employer of Neil Heywood. It has used Hakluyt for undercover operations on an International basis. Shell is still a client of Hakluyt. Shell?s global head of security returned to Hakluyt not long ago.
Shell also has a track record of infiltrating agents into the governments of host countries e.g. Nigeria.
Shell has done business with the China National Petroleum Corporation, which until this scandal broke, was under the control/influence of the faction mired in the corruption scandal. It seems likely therefore that it has done business with the faction accused of corruption.
It does seem reasonable, given Shell?s track record of getting involved in intrigue and corruption in host counties to put the questions I have to Shell about any possible connection with the unfolding events in China.
Remember Shell preaches openness, but for some reason is tight-lipped on this subject. Why?
One final comment to LondonLad. You knew full-well that your comments would generate further focus on this ?tabloid? story. My guess is that Shell management would prefer for you to refrain from comment on this subject.