This video from the USA says about itself:
As Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Spreads, BP, Halliburton and Transocean Executives Deflect Blame for Spill at Senate Hearings.
USA: During the week of May 9-15, WSWS reporters Andre Damon and C. W. Rogers covered the Deepwater Horizon oil spill from Venice, Louisiana, where they spoke to dozens of fishermen, boat captains, observers and experts: here.
On Tuesday the US Coast Guard expanded the ban on fishing to nearly one fifth of US Gulf waters and began analyzing tar balls washed ashore on Florida’s Key West, some 600 miles from the spill location: here.
BP and Goldman Sachs, two mega corporations currently under scrutiny by the federal government, have been accused of engaging in fraud and failing to properly prepare for disasters related to its business practices. Now, Forbes reports that “dozens of small oil and gas producers” are suing both BP and Goldman Sachs for oil fraud: here.
Exxon Valdez survivors and Gulf residents fight the same battle: here.
A startling new image released by NASA today shows a massive column of oil extending out Southeast towards the open ocean: here.
Think The Gulf Spill Is Bad? Check Out Nigeria: here.