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30,000 pages of BP oil disaster documents released — You’re part of the research team to see what they say
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05-07-2011 01:27 AM#1
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30,000 pages of BP oil disaster documents released — You’re part of the research team to see what they say
http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/en/news-an...?m=approve

Quote:The research team here at Greenpeace USA does some really great stuff. Uncloaking the Koch brothers, figuring out the truth about fracking, and pressuring polluters who are trying to influence our elected leaders.

But they can only do so much. In July 2010 the team began submitting Freedom of Information (FOIA) requests to the federal government about the BP oil disaster. They began to trickle back, slowly, and we stayed on top of it. But just like the gusher in the Gulf the trickle became a flood, and now we have around 30,000 pages of memos, reports and even flight records about the worst oil spill in American history.

While some of the agencies have simply ignored our requests, others have gotten back with some interesting documents. The problem is we simply don’t have time to go through them all. The Guardian ran a series of stories about them last week but no one has the manpower to read the fine print. Plus, we’re getting more through the letterbox almost every day.

This is where you come in. We’ve created a new site which allows anyone to view, download and comment on these documents. We’re updating it with new stuff and categorizing it to make your life easier. Always imagined yourself winning a Pulitzer? Still mad at BP and want to find out what really happened out there? Searching for evidence for a compensation claim? Now’s your chance to dig up some gems.

Log on to http://www.polluterwatch.org/research and help us sift through the mountain of data. Get in touch if you find something interesting and we’ll try to get the news out.

Help get these Fuckers http://research.polluterwatch.org/share/page/site-index
05-07-2011 11:52 PM#2
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RE: 30,000 pages of BP oil disaster documents released — You’re part of the research team to see what they say
What do you want to know? They were all stupid and should have known better especially Halliburton as it was their cement job that failed and they performed the tests that if interpreted correctly should have prevented the blowout. Halliburton performed the tests, Halliburton should have interpreted the tests.

They all failed dude. Transocean should have known better as they were drilling the well and they also misinterpreted the tests.

And Yes BP should have interpreted the tests too.

Bottom Line-They were all stupid, they all underestimated the well pressure and over-estimated the cement job including BP, Halliburton and Transocean. For that they should all pay including charged with negligent homicide.

I was personally present 2-days at OTC 2011 and this topic is still very much alive.
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