BP's Tatics in Cape Vincent Ny

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

How can BP survive in such an unfair world?

Opinion piece by

John Morgan:

Dear Editor: It was interesting to compare an article by Shanna Devine in the Washington Spectator, a monthly newsletter out of Washington, D.C., with an article by Joe Nocera in The New York Times. Devine is an investigator at the Government Accountability Project, a whistleblower protection and advocacy group.
The Government Accountability Project has discovered that British Petroleum deceived the public about the dangers of Corexit, the dispersant used in the Gulf oil spill. Safety manuals intended for first responders were either not delivered or removed by BP officials. Though masks were required for using this chemical, workers who asked for them were threatened with being fired. Those who reported this conduct were fired. BP was afraid that workers wearing masks would give the public the impression this chemical was dangerous.

 Continue reading: [The Cap Times]


Anonymous said...

If you read the 'Poison Legacy' you will see that deception is standard practice for BP. They could care less about safety and acting responsibly, and that isn't my opinion, it's the opinion of the U.S. Government.

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