Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Whistle Blower: BP (NYSE:BP) Deliberately Sinks Oil With Corexit

While talk has died down on BP's (NYSE:BP) massive use of Corexit, and the company deliberately ignoring the EPA's orders to find a different dispersant. A whistle blower will be testifying in front of a Senate investigative panel this week. He is expected to reveal the full extent of BP's cover up and prove what many have suspected all along.

Fred McCallister will be testifying on Thursday of this week. He will be telling of BP's deliberate sinking of oil through the extensive use of the toxic dispersant Corexit. The purpose, to hide the amount of the oil spilled before it can be collected to prevent the fines that BP would incur.

McCallister's statements will include answers to why BP has continually refused help from foreign skimmers. He said that the company feared that the skimmers would have the capability to give the actual count of gallons collected. That information turned over to the U.S. Government, having the information on spill rate financial penalties, would cause BP to receive the accurate fines according to the oil spilled.

"BP is in control of this situation and they are doing what's in the best interests of BP and their shareholders," said McCallister.


  1. Please take your tinfoil hat off.

    Fines for oil spills are capped in the U.S. and they have already reached to limit of their fine. The politicians can say whatever they want about raising fines in order to try and win votes. Too bad for them that retroactive laws are unconstitutional in the U.S.

  2. Are fines capped or just liability capped?

  3. This blog is a joke. A whistle blower can say whatever he wants. Doesn't mean its fact, its his oppionion of what went on. Unless he was a senior exec, I don't think he'd be privy to that sort of inside information. Hidden agendas such as what is suggested by this whistleblower, are not put out to 'Employees' for common reasons such as this employee. BP isn't stupid enough to do that. Now on the otherhand if he has records and evidence of wiretapped conversation between top execs ordering this. Then and only then i'll change my mind. Until proven guilty, they are innocent. Hearsay carries no weight with me.

  4. Opps! I forgot to put in the legal disclaimer:

    "For entertainment purposes only; information provided may be inaccurate, incomplete, or out of date. No warranties or guarantees provided."

    --Deb... ;-)