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  With all that is going on today, is it too hard for some to consider or remember how passionate we all were during the BP / Gulf of Mexico disaster.  Well, while it has fallen off the front page, there are constant reminder's that law suits are ongoing.  
    But thanks to a small enterprise that is followed by few and sometimes is willing to go off the rails a tad, I can only say that BP woes are continuing.   Here is a link to a recent post.   Perhaps someone with more expertise can add more than I and that I would be eternally grateful for the help.

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  •  You should at least paste a quote or 2 (1+ / 0-)
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    into the diary. It is too short to recommend.

    n a bombshell federal court filing, U.S. government lawyers are slamming British Petroleum for making false and misleading statements that seek to both dodge blame for 2010′s Deepwater Horizon catastrophe and ignore the ongoing environmental devastation, from diseased dolphins to destroyed wetlands.
    The papers filed late last week by the U.S. Justice Department’s top environmental lawyers and New Orleans U.S. Attorney Jim Letten charge that BP’s effort to show the fairness of a proposed $7.8 billion settlement with thousands of Gulf Coast residents and businesses harmed by the spill is instead larded with falsehoods.
    Then you could make some comments about it like 'we are all shocked that BP would lie just to avoid millions in civil claims'.
  •  You can edit-- (3+ / 0-)
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    Lujane, DawnN, Sandino

    copy and paste three paragraphs or so according to Fair Use standards ("or so" if it's a lonnnng article).
    Just copy and paste into the body of the diary, then highlight the whole quote and hit "blockquote". Ta-da!

    Thanks for the link, anyway!
    Wonder what took the Feds so long to catch on...or to admit that the damage is critical and long-term.

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