Kent - Pals of Ecuadorean malicious law suit nutjobs are thought to be behind a massive blaze at the Eco Oil depot in Kingsnorth, Kent.
The second 'arson' in just two days follows Thursday's Chevron Pembroke disaster where two tankers allegedly collided, resulting in four fatalities.
"This one's got Judge Nunez's fingerprints all over it," a depot worker told Big Oil News, referring to bent judge Juan Nunez who presided over a malicious Ecuador lawsuit against US supermajor Chevron.
The Kent blaze started late last night as 1,000-litre tanks of reclaimed engine oil and dozens of 200-litre oil barrels began blowing up in mysterious circumstances.
Sabotage claims are now being probed amid an Interpol tip-off that the Chevron-Ecuador lawsuit fallout was spreading abroad.
The long-running legal spat has seen Ecuador's judicial system exposed as intrinsically corrupt, self-serving and a puppet of organised crime cartels.
"Ecuador? Apparently it's notorious for this sort of thing," a spokesperson for Kent Fire Brigade said today