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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

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The Law School will hosting next week's extraordinary double act

Cambridge, Massachusetts - "Is this some sort of crackpot April Fools stunt dreamt up by the Skull And Bones Club?" a leading professor of law asked today as the 9 April speaking engagement was announced.

The private booking has rattled many a fine legal mind amid media comments that it's a spooky echo of the London School of Economics' disastrous 2005 invitation to Colonel Gaddafi to lecture on the Global Piss Process.

Of course a comparison of Correa with the RIP Libyan monster isn't entirely justifiable due to the Ecuadorian arsehole being generally accepted as only a young up-and-coming thug - unlike Gaddafi, the undisputed godfather of the Non-Aligned Crack Barons Association.

And Illuminati poster boy for the global explosives industry.

Next week Correa and his convicted racketeer half brother Steven Donziger will perform a unique double act at the Cambridge, Massachusetts site.

The pair will perform on the Law School rostrum just as a rent-a-crowd of several thousand stages a 'truly spontaneous' protest outside the venue to moan about Judge Lewis Kaplan's recent judgement branding Donziger's $19.5bn Ecuadorian lawsuit damages a dirty filthy scam.

A few tickets remain for the evening function at which drinks and canap├ęs will be served.

Click here for a chance to snap up one of five complimentary tickets, each worth around $500, which this website is giving away to lucky winners.

A podcast of the event will also take place.

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