ExxonMobil hired the Indonesian military to protect its natural gas plant from resistance fighters, unleashing a spree of torture, rapes, and murders of innocent civilians who lived nearby.
Eleven of these victims are about to have their day in court. But they’re up against ExxonMobil’s million-dollar legal team, who’ve successfully delayed the case for more than 20 years.
You can be sure that ExxonMobil isn’t giving up without a fight — if they lose this lawsuit, it would set a ground-breaking precedent for holding corporations accountable for war crimes. But the plaintiffs need your help to win: will you chip in today to win justice for victims of ExxonMobil’s army?