(MSNBC) – Video: Feds getting “tremendous pushback from scientific community” over disappearing oil – View Video Here
(IntelHub) – Video: Fisherman and Families know Gulf Seafood is unsafe, DEMAND Dispersants stop being sprayed! – Read More Here
(WashingtonsBlog) – Relief Wells Delayed … New Tests Show “Gap” in Oil “Well Column” Causing Loss of Pressure … Does the Government Have ANY IDEA What It’s Doing?
An oil and gas industry veteran with 30 years experience who goes by the alias Fishgrease gave a pretty good recap of BP and the government’s record of failure in capping the oil well: Read More Here
(WashingtonsBlog) – Gulf Shrimpers Find Oil In Reopened Fishing Areas. Governnment Says “Shut Up”. Sierra Club Alleges Areas Were Solely Reopened to Limit BP’s Liability – Read More Here
(Truthout) – Uncovering the Lies That Are Sinking the Oil
The rampant use of toxic dispersants, out-of-state private contractors being brought in to spray them and US Coast Guard complicity are common stories now in the four states most affected by BP’s Gulf of Mexico oil disaster.
Commercial and charter fishermen, residents and members of BP’s Vessels Of Opportunity (VOO) program in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana have spoken with Truthout about their witnessing all of these incidents. Read More Here
(CNN) – Gulf oil traces spread east on sea floor, researchers say – Read More Here
(WashingtonPost) – Georgia scientists: Gulf oil not gone, 80 pct remains – Read More Here
(FloridaOilSpillLaw) – “Purple looking jelly stuff, three feet thick, floating all over, as wide as a football field” says former BP cleanup worker – Read More Here
(Reuters) – Gulf fishermen: oil tainted our waters, our trust
Some U.S. Gulf Coast fishermen say they have caught crabs with black-stained gills and others report seeing fish and marine life gathering strangely on the sea surface following the massive BP Plc oil spill.
They fear these abnormalities could point to a lasting and potentially devastating impact on their fishing grounds and livelihoods from the world’s worst offshore oil accident, and they say BP and the government may be downplaying the issue. Read More Here
Video: dead fish all over the east coast, lack of oxygen from gulf disaster –