Essex - Urgent questions have appeared tonight about the Amazon Defence Coalition's possible role in the latest Dale Farm eviction scam
Six million quid has been demanded by feckless illegals to move from their occupation of the precious Green Belt site.
The figure may have been arrived at using the same formula as Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa's outrageous bid for $5.2 billion 'from the world' in exchange for not drilling for oil under the Amazon.
The International Petroleum Exchange's latest estimates reckon there's up to $200 billions-worth of sweet light crude in the UNESCO world biosphere reserve at Yasuni National Park.
A spokesperson for Dale Farm Pikeys Anonymous said today that Chevron should stump up the six million quid and the 150-strong travellers' band will be on its way by noon on Friday.
The price of marker crude fell five dollars a barrel on today's news as Essex police chuckled at the latest twist in the eviction saga.
Shares in ExxonMobil are worth a small fortune.