Monday, July 11, 2011

BP, The Gulf and Amoratized Lack of Responsibility

I posted this article 2 days ago but I am going to repost with another article I just read. Put the two together, starting with this most recent article published July 9 2011

Title "BP Pressing to Head Off Future Claims From Oil Spill" in AZ Republic page 2 July 9, 2011
"BP is arguing that victims of last year's Gulf oil spill should not be paid any more claims for future losses because the areas affected by the spill have recovered and the economy is improving"


NOW READ THIS
 
Published at Firedog Lake by Dr. Kirk J. Murphy
http://my.firedoglake.com/kirkmurphy/tag/corexit-9500/
 
Read the entire article at the link
 
McCallister, vice president of Allegiance Capital Corp. in Dallas, has been trying since June 5 to offer a dozen Greek skimming vessels from a client for the cleanup.


By sinking and dispersing the oil [WITH COREXIT], BP can amortize the cost of the cleanup over the next 15 years or so, as tar balls continue to roll up on the beaches, rather than dealing with the issue now by removing the oil from the water with the proper equipment,” McCallister testified earlier this week before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation. “As a financial adviser, I understand financial engineering and BP’s desire to stretch out its costs of remediating the oil spill in the Gulf. By managing the cleanup over a period of many years, BP is able to minimize the financial damage as opposed to a huge expenditure in a period of a few years...

AND NOW THE EVIL ENTITIES INVOLVED CAN ABSOLVE BP OF ANY FUTURE CLAIMS FOR FUTURE DAMAGERS

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