BP, Halliburton, Transocean criminal corporations


From Crooks and Liars in the USA:

Papantonio: BP – The Manslaughter Felon

By Heather

Sunday May 23, 2010 9:42pm

From Ring of Fire:

Mike Papantonio of Ring of Fire Radio discusses the history of BP and Halliburton, including their past as convicted felons. These two felons are responsible for the oil spill that is dumping millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, and we’re supposed to expect them to tell us the truth about what happened? Given their histories, that seems highly unlikely.”

Mike mentions the case of Jamie Leigh Jones that Halliburton left locked in a shipping container after she was raped until she agreed to sign a waiver not to sue them.

Sound familiar? We can add Transocean to Pap’s list as well.

Transocean To Workers After Rig Explosion: Sign The Waiver Here, Please!

BP and the US administration: here.

As the thick crude gushing from the broken well in the Gulf of Mexico coats wetlands along the coast, reliable figures of the extent of the spill are precious and few: here.

Confidence in BP’s response fading as oil spill spreads into marshlands, mires bird sanctuaries: here.

British Petroleum and friends: The face of the enemy: here.

BP Delays New Attempt to Stop Oil Leak in Gulf: here.

BP again delays attempt to stop gushing well: here.

Venezuela has sent a team of experts to Cuba to help preparations should the Gulf of Mexico oil spill reach its shores: here.

An alternative annual report for the oil company Chevron looks at the deep costs paid for the world’s oil addiction: here.

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