Gulf oil spill: Top oil rig official doesn t know who was in charge

There are 2 comments on the Aug 23, 2010, Los Angeles Times story titled Gulf oil spill: Top oil rig official doesn t know who was in charge. In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

Who was in charge when the Deepwater Horizon exploded and caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico, killing 11 crew members? A top official from Transocean, which owned the rig and leased it to BP, could not answer that question when grilled by investigators probing the cause of the April 20 disaster.

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#1 Aug 23, 2010
Yep...this is gonna be a court battle from hell. The only winners will be the lawyers.
Derk Gibbons

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#2 Aug 25, 2010
Is it really the case that the most serious aspect of the Deepwater Horizon incident was the death of eleven people when the rig initially blew up? Ian R Crane, a former high-ranking oilfield executive begs to differ in a DVD of his latest presentation, which reveals what really is beneath the surface of this tragedy. The title of this far-reaching evidence-based documentary can only hint at the reality: it is called ‘BP - Population Reduction and the End of an Age’.
On 19 April 2010, geopolitics researcher and lecturer Ian R Crane sent out his monthly newsletter (note 1) warning his readers to 'stay vigilant' as he had a gut feeling that a 'false flag' staged event was about to happen. His intuition was heightened by the knowledge that other incidents that were not as they seemed - Waco (1993), the Oklahoma City Bombing (1995) and the Columbine High School massacre (1999)- all occurred on the dates of either 19 or 20 April. Sure enough, on 20 April 2010, his fears were proven to be correct.
Crane's oilfield industry background allowed him to apply forensic analysis to events leading up to and surrounding the destruction of the Deepwater Horizon. This knowledge enabled him to identify the individual who was ultimately responsible for what transpired, and who is now required to answer deep and probing questions regarding his allegiances outside of BP. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/08/prweb44...

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