BP could be held criminally liable in oil rig explosion
A top BP worker who was aboard the Deepwater Horizon in the hours leading up to the explosion declined to testify in front of a federal panel investigating the deadly oil rig blowout, telling the U.S Coast Guard he was invoking his constitutional right to avoid self-incrimination. The move Wednesday by BP's Robert Kaluza raises the possibility of ...
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#1 May 27, 2010
jail the lot especially tony haywood and the chairman! make an example of them! and fine them personally 30 million pounds each! and then put them on clean up duties!
#3 May 28, 2010
Including the Congress who gave permit on offshore oil drilling & disabled the US government regulatory enforcer in 2004 for all oil company. This mainly influence by Halliburton which mainly owned at that time by VP Dick Chaney. The same company that wasted millions of tax payers money on contractors & sub-contractors by Halliburton for infrastructure recovery project after the invasion of Iraq 2005. Clearly this company have a track records over charging tax payers on cheap & poor construction. That is the same "Halliburton" is now contracted by BP & Transocean.
#4 Jun 8, 2010
National Geographic was shooting a story when the BP rig exploded. Crazy video.
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