BP Hiding Oiled Animal Carcasses Washing Up On Gulf Beaches?

(2PM EST – promoted by Nightprowlkitty)

Crossposted from Antemedius

On MSNBC’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann Monday night, Marine toxicologist Riki Ott alleged that British Petroleum (BP) is trying to discourage or disallow public and media from seeing some of the horrific results of their oil leak by removing oiled animal carcasses from Gulf beaches.

“Turtle watch volunteers who walk the beaches consistently every morning at 6:00 a.m., they’re saying the carcasses are disappearing”

“People who walk the beaches at night, they’ve seen little baby dolphins wash up dead, flashlights, people descend out of nowhere, carcass gone in 15 minutes.

There’s reports from offshore of massive kills on the barrier islands from fishermen who have been working on the spill response…

BP’s response has been to use metal detectors to keep and prevent the people from even taking cell phones out to photograph this.”

There have been reports in the past few days of BP hiring private security contractors to keep the public and media away from oiled beaches.

This video is from MSNBC’s Countdown June 14, 2010.


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    • Edger on June 15, 2010 at 18:18

    I don’t have any vomit bags, I’m sorry…

  1. in charge of a murder crime scene, in which he’s the only suspect.  The bodies would literally disappear.  But in Obama World, that’s what he’s done.

  2. Petroleum Club.

    Ya think?

  3. They (BP) are collecting all the carcasses to use them as a “plug” in the newest version of Top Kill.

    • Edger on June 15, 2010 at 20:09
  4. Where are the journalists with guts who will run the illegal privatized blockade?

    We have a bunch of zombie idiots for a press corps.

    At the very least where are the legal challenges in court to stop the illegal privatized blockade?

    We are totally and completely Orwellized, or is that oilwellized?

  5. BP: Ship fire halts oil capture in Gulf


    The Associated Press

    Tuesday, June 15, 2010; 2:52 PM

    NEW ORLEANS — A bolt of lightning struck the ship capturing oil from the blown-out BP well in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday, igniting a fire that halted containment efforts in another setback for the embattled company in its nearly two-month struggle to stop the spill, the company said.

    think it’s a sign????

  6. You don`t need no stinking breathing masks.

    Hey, didn`t they use that same edict in the Trade Center rubble clean-up?

    How did that work out.

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