CEO OF EXXONMOBIL REX W. TILLERSON

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BRANDON MEYER (PRISON ID #11032-030)

Oversees a company engaged in: Corporate welfare abuse Over the past decade, accepted millions of dollars in tax exemptions for its Baton Rouge plants while creating only 95 permanent jobs, racking up record profits on the backs of taxpayers Fraud Extracted vast quantities of oil and natural gas from states, either without permission or without paying royalties, defrauding state and federal governments out of millions Theft For over 12 years, overcharged service station station owners across the country for gasoline. Forced to pay back $500 million plus interest after losing a Supreme Court case

CEO OF EXXONMOBIL

REX W. TILLERSON

Oversees a company engaged in:

  • Corporate welfare abuse

    Over the past decade, accepted millions of dollars in tax exemptions for its Baton Rouge plants while creating only 95 permanent jobs, racking up record profits on the backs of taxpayers

  • Fraud

    Extracted vast quantities of oil and natural gas from states, either without permission or without paying royalties, defrauding state and federal governments out of millions

  • Theft

    For over 12 years, overcharged service station owners across the country for gasoline. Forced to pay back $500 million plus interest after losing a Supreme Court case

  • Poisoning

    For decades, Exxon Mobil has spilled PCBs, gasoline additives, petroleum, crude oil and other toxic substances into the world’s air, rivers and coasts

  • Concealing evidence

    Knew there was a link between fossil fuels and global warming, yet led the fight against any action on climate change and funded groups to undermine confidence in climate science

  • Public Endangerment

    Long history of fighting against stricter controls on additives which have been linked to reproductive hazards, autism, and breast cancer

CAPTURED BY

BRANDON MEYER (PRISON ID #11032-030)

Serving 10 years for:

  • Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime

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