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INFODIO leaks disprove PDVSA Litigation Trust

Not a lot to add really. David Boies lied argued in different court hearings that Venezuela's interim Attorney General, Reinaldo Muñoz Pedroza, and PDVSA's legal counsel Hilda Cabeza, could not travel outside of Venezuela to be deposed, on specific orders from President Nicolas Maduro. Folks within Venezuela's Immigration Office leaked travel logs proving otherwise. Those logs have now been filed in the docket record of case pitting PDVSA US Litigation Trust v Lukoil et al, as shown below.

INFODIO leaks appear in PDVSA Litigation Trust case
INFODIO leaks appear in PDVSA Litigation Trust case.
 

 

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