9751Re: [hreg] Re: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
- May 6, 2010This was in the Galveston County Daily News today.Justin Owens----- Original Message -----From: William & Cynthia StangeSent: Thursday, May 06, 2010 7:38 AMSubject: Re: [hreg] Re: Gulf of Mexico Oil SpillHey LaVerne,Thank you for the post! My, you have been busy, everywhere. I have just posted on FB a link to the BP whistle-blower. The lack of legislation for requiring acoustic BOP,s is an amazing story. So much as a people do we have to gain from this accident. In the twelve years I've lived here I was told by all the oil people how safe drilling had become and the technologies were beyond reproach. Well they were a little quiet this month. I missed your lecture at Georgia's last week,but, thanks to you, I keep up with what you are doing. I am working almost seven days a week as the construction and remodeling world has been turned upside down.http://www.truthout .org/whistlelowe r-bps-other- offshore- drilling- project-gulf- vulnerable- catastrophe59027 Same article?Continued success to you and you company and may someday all work will be done with a sustainable mindset.With great regard,Bill Stange
From: LaVerne Williams <laverne@environment assoc.com>
To: hreg@yahoogroups. com
Sent: Wed, May 5, 2010 11:53:57 PM
Subject: [hreg] Re: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
Wednesday 5 May 2010
Slick Operator: The BP I've Known Too Well
Greg Palast , Truthout: "I've seen this movie before. In 1989, I was a fraud investigator hired to dig into the cause of the Exxon Valdez disaster. Despite Exxon's name on that boat, I found the party most to blame for the destruction was ... British Petroleum (BP)."
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