When civil war threatened Exxon's gas operations in Indonesia, it did the unthinkable — hired an army that swept through villages, killing, torturing, and raping innocent civilians.
These were war crimes, plain and simple. And all to protect their profits.
Eleven victims have spent the last 20 years fighting Exxon's million-dollar legal team to try and have their case heard. In a few weeks, they'll finally have their day in court, but they're asking for help — can you help get justice for victims of Exxon's army?