How BP turned a whole community into an endangered species

oysters_louisiana-by-shawn-escoffery-cropThe reason: the BP oil spill disaster of 2010, which dumped over 205 million gallons of oil and another 2 million gallons of possibly toxic dispersants into the Gulf, devastating the area that’s responsible for 40 percent of the seafood sold commercially across the U.S.  Read more here 10:57

One Response to How BP turned a whole community into an endangered species


    BP’s Deep Water Spill was far from just a Spill it was a “PLANET ALTERING EVENT”. After seeing the effects of “COREXIT” not a dispersant in 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster and 25 years and still holding strong. You would have to ask yourself why you would use “COREXIT”? Corexit combines with the Crude making it sink. So it’s now out of sight out of MIND just like Dr. Jane Lubchenco for allowing BP to use it. This despite our knowledge of Exxon Valdez in 1989.
    BP will definitely have to get to the real BOTTOM of this and clean and properly dispose of it.
    DON’T LET UP and hold those responsible for their actions.

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