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Gulf Oil Spill: There Is A Media Blackout, People Arrested For Taking Pictures Of The Gulf Oil Spill

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  1. Putz
    June 26, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    Ya figures, now they have great “we will help you with compensation” ads on TV. They stink like puke!!!

  2. Becky
    June 27, 2010 at 6:42 am

    We are watching the end of our nation unless we rise up and revolt. What is now happening in the gulf is just the beginning and this will affect us all. If martial law is enacted you can kiss your rights, your family, your property and all of your freedom goodbye.

    I understand when martial law is enacted it will be during the school day and FEMA will take all the children to a ‘safe’ undisclosed location and parents will not be informed their location. How is that for total control of a population? People, you had better wake up and do it in a hurry or soon you may never see your own children again.

  3. Roy
    June 28, 2010 at 6:27 pm

    look up the pinel glan for thousands of years these controlers have been working off your emagenations its more powerfull than you know. if people stay in fear of the unknown then you cant create a better futer for you or others, as hard as it is we all need to look past this black vale and see the light that has allways been there for us all. to be in fear is to be blind.

  4. July 1, 2010 at 4:19 am

    alexhroz 06-30-2010 It is your information that gives “We the People” hope.
    Thank you alexhroz at Twitter, http://twitter.com/alexHroz, and wherever!

  5. July 16, 2010 at 1:18 pm

    The best investagations start right here on these blogs . Lets review the statements made by US Coast Guard Rear Admiral Mary Landry about the gulf and the Bouchard oil spill in Buzzards Bay , Massachusetts ! I believe Mary Landry is incharge of the picture taking today in the gulf !

    On April 27, 2003, eight years ago the Bouchard Barge B-120 hit an obstacle in Buzzards Bay, creating a 12-foot rupture in its hull and discharging an estimated 100,000 gallons of No. 6 oil. The oil is known to have affected an estimated 90 miles of shoreline, numerous bird species, and recreational use of the bay, such as shell fishing and boating.

  6. July 18, 2010 at 12:15 pm

    We need a comment from the Coast Guard Rear Admiral Mary Landry

    Landry’s done this before—she oversaw the 2003 spill in Buzzards Bay, Massachussets . Then, as now, her initial reports of the spill total were way off. Landry, a Coast Guard rear admiral, has gone from taking reporters’ questions at the White House to giving reporters tours of the damage, but there are also reports that the Coast Guard is keeping reporters and photographers from getting a full picture – and doing so at the behest of BP. (The Coast Guard says they are accommodating as many media requests as they can; Landry hasn’t commented).

    We have got to ask how the response to the Gulf of Mexico spill compares to the 2003 Bouchard B 120 oil spill in Buzzards Bay,Massaacusetts?

    Two things come to mind. First the U.S.Court of appeals never allowed the state of Massachusetts to enforce the Massachusetts Oil Spill Prevention Act of 2004. The Coast Guard appealed the rules because of an intercoastal turf war leaving the state with no new laws to protect the bay. Second the residential property claims of thousands of residents have been tied up in the Massachusetts court system for the past eight years. How will residential property owners around the gulf have to wait?

    On April 27, 2003, eight years ago the Bouchard Barge B-120 hit an obstacle in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts creating a 12-foot rupture in its hull and discharging an estimated 100,000 gallons of No. 6 oil

  7. July 20, 2010 at 12:01 am

    thanks for good article i liked

  8. August 13, 2010 at 2:37 pm

    I liked your article, thnx.

  9. Lyn Smith
    August 13, 2010 at 6:19 pm

    Thank you very much for posting this info it’s very valuable as we cannot be there to find out for ourselves.

  10. charlie
    November 1, 2010 at 11:31 pm

    BP is such a joke… they should all be arrested along with the US govt. How long ago did they cap the leak? And how many legitimate claims are still “pending” from damages they suffered back in the beginning of the summer? I happen to know three people that were affected directly by BP’s shady PR tactics and manipulation of our laws, one of whom was a journalist who was almost arrested and charged with felonies for taking pictures of oil covered animals near the coast. Not only is it bad enough that thousands of fishers’ lively hoods are ruined for god knows how many years to come, they were paid a pathetic amount of money to clean up BP’s own mess. To add even more insult to injury, BP used Corexit 9527, which contains mainly 2-butoxyethanol, which is very toxic. You wouldn’t have to be a scientist to know that, since in the first week of using it over 70 fisherman ended up at the hospital. Of course if you even inquired about this, I’m sure the govt (which is pretty much owned by oil companies) would deal with you quite quickly, let alone taking pictures of it in an attempt to run a story on it. If you didn’t know already, the govt is doing what they do best… crapping on the 1st amendment: naturalnews.com/029130_Gulf_of_Mexico_censorship.html. My friend who almost got arrested on felony charges simply went out on a boat into about 30 feet of water and used a water proof cam to photograph one of the many oil plumes forming at the bottom of the surface (which BP vehemently denies). Now here comes the hilarious part. He switched the film in his camera with a blank one in the event they were stopped by police, which they were as soon as they got back to shore. They let him go but still took his name down, and what do you know… later that night, 2 guys wearing black hoodies attempted to break into his house. He caught pics of them on his home security system (he saved the pics… wireless adt camera break in photos). Hmm, I wonder who paid these guys to break in and what they were after? Definitely not BP or our govt, that’s for sure!

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