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UK Court Lifts Secrecy Order On Corrupt Nigerian Oil Deal Law Suit

A High Court in the United Kingdom has lifted a secrecy order imposed on a 2013 legal challenge by The Corner House of a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) not to freeze some $215million alleged proceeds of crime from a corrupt Nigerian oil deal. Shell and ENI have denied paying any money to […]

Shell blocking Canadian transparency/anti-corruption initiative?

By John Donovan The Globe and Mail newspaper in Canada has published an article by Alan Detheridge, a former Royal Dutch Shell senior executive. A Vice President of Shell Canada when he left the company after 30 years. He must have known the company very well after all that time. If I have not misunderstood […]

BLACKMAILING SHELL: DEFAMATION THREAT FROM OSSL

We at OSSL would like to caution you as the editor of your Shell Blog, about the use of the term blackmail in the matter headlined above. EMAIL RECEIVED FROM OSSL From: THE OSSL COMPANY <[email protected]> Date: 17 November 2014 08:54:38 GMT To: John Shell News <[email protected]>, Michiel Brandjes <[email protected]> Subject: Unfounded claims of Blackmail […]

OSSL BLACKMAIL PLOT AGAINST SHELL

To its credit Shell has not given in to the subsequent money demands, but neither has it apparently reported the matter to the Irish Police. One can see the difficulty. How do you go about asking the Irish police to investigate a blackmail plot over free alcohol worth over €35,000 given to the Irish Police […]

Shell Defamation Suit

In 2007, the Department of Justice confronted Shell about its work in Nigeria, and at the time, investigators suspected that there may have been bribery of foreign officials that would allow Shell to get better access to various goods and services. From a JD Supra Press Release The Texas Supreme Court recently agreed to hear […]

Shell gave Irish Cops enough alcohol to stock a pub

Above item recently circulated by OSSL EMAIL FROM JOHN DONOVAN TO FRANCES FITZGERALD, IRISH MINISTER FOR JUSTICE.  SENT 10 NOVEMBER 2014 From: John Donovan <johndonovan@> Subject: OSSL Shell Date: 10 November 2014 16:17:03 GMT Cc: [email protected] To: [email protected] Dear Justice Minster Frances Fitzgerald I sent an email to you on 4 November 2014 regarding the […]

SHELL OSSL IRISH FABLES

Shell says the alcohol never existed. On the other hand, if it did exist, they have already paid for it as part of a full and final settlement with OSSL who, in addition to being bootleggers, may also be blackmailers demanding money from Shell over a bribery scheme. THE AUDIO OF THE COVERTLY RECORDED CONSULTATION […]

Corrib Gas Project: Blackmail & Corruption?

JOHN DONOVAN EMAIL CIRCULATED 4/5 NOVEMBER 2014 TO EVERY IRISH TD MEMBER OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT. This information is being supplied to you despite written threats I have received from Mr Marc Fitzgibbon, a senior partner of Dublin law firm, Lavelle. Mr Fitzgibbon represents OSS, the small “Mr Fixit” company which has distributed “sweeteners” (bribes) […]

OSSL Blackmail Plot Against Shell?

By John Donovan Since 22 October 2014 I have been updating an article posing the question: “Shell being blackmailed?” Top people at Royal Dutch Shell  have all spoken directly to a director of a former Shell “Mr Fixit” company in Ireland, OSSL, which has bombarded Shell with money demands to settle a dispute that Shell […]

Objection to Divestment of Shell Oil Blocks in Ogoniland

National Union of Ogoni Students’ USA 3747 W. 138TH Street, Crestwood Illinois 60445, Tel. 1-(888) 610-5590, email – [email protected] Press Release 10/25/2014 CAVERT EMPTOR: Divestment of Shell Oil Blocks: Oil Mining License 11 not for sale We, the Ogoni students in Diaspora under the National Union of Ogoni Students’ (NUOS INTL), USA on behalf of the […]

More alleged fraud in Nigeria

The trial of Chidi Adabanya, a former employee of Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), who, along with some officials of the Bayelsa State Government, allegedly obtained the sum of N1.9 billion from the oil company through a phony consultancy contract for development permit in the Gbanran- Ubie project, has resumed  before Justice Adeniyi Ademola of […]