Breaking: Chevron Subpoenas Kevin Jon Heller, Then Withdraws Subpoena

Oh no you didn’t, Chevron. According to my impeccable sources, Chevron served a subpoena on Opinio Juris blogger Kevin Jon Heller, who has been highly critical of Chevron’s position in the Lago Agrio case, and then withdrew the subpoena when the ACLU came to Heller’s defense. Here was my initial reaction, which I thought was catchy: “Hell hath no fury like a blogger subpoenaed.”

I’ll have full coverage of this sometime on Friday. In the meanwhile, my advice to Chevron: keep it classy, and batten down the hatches.

One response to “Breaking: Chevron Subpoenas Kevin Jon Heller, Then Withdraws Subpoena”

  1. […] I reported on Wednesday, Chevron issued a subpoena to blogger Kevin Jon Heller of Opinio Juris, who has been highly […]

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