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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

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The scene at the Thames near Windsor today

Windsor, Berks - An oil leak close to a newly installed River Thames hydro power turbine near Windsor Castle has been blamed by Amazonbotch supporters on US super major Chevron.

Thousands of gallons of sweet light crude have been reported gushing near Eton Bridge in what eco-nutter campaigners say is directly linked to the energy company's 20-year pollution court case.

This aims to extract $18 billion in vexatious damages from San Ramon-based Chevron following a 20 year fight by shyster lawyers to line their already bulging wallets in the world's most ridiculous and corrupt compensation test case ever.

Earlier this morning an Environment Agency testing lab arrived by paddle steamer near Boulters Lock to analyse the slippery substance oozing all over stretches of the river earmarked for London 2012 Olympics rowing events.

Early indications suggest it may be snake oil marker crude, an oleaginous goo associated with House of Windsor slimebags who kick-started the Ecuador champerty scam.

Parts of the Berkshire waterway may now be closed off amid attempts to siphon off the pesky crude and sell it on the open market at
$120 a barrel.

Deluded Amazonbotch PR mouthpiece Karen Hinton is daft as a brush.

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