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"People are Dropping Dead" from BP Dispersants: Toxicologist (Treehugger) // Current To Our Faithful Current.com Users: Current's run has ended after eight exciting years on air and online. The Current TV staff has appreciated your interest, support, participation and unflagging loyalty over the years.

"People are Dropping Dead" from BP Dispersants: Toxicologist (Treehugger) // Current

AP: 2 years later, fish sick near BP disaster -- Sores, parasitic infections, gashes, mysterious black streaks -- Fish, coral, seaweed, dolphins, mangroves, more April 20th, 2012 at 08:31 AM Click Me Florida Oil Spill Law Florida Oil Spill Law
FRONTLINE: The Spill Over the past decade, BP vaulted from an energy "also-ran" to one of the biggest companies in the world, gobbling up competitors in a series of mergers that delivered handsome profits for shareholders. But an investigation by FRONTLINE and the nonprofit newsroom {*style:<a href='http://www.propublica.org/'>*}ProPublica{*style:</a>*} shows that BP's leadership failed to create a culture of safety in the massive new company. As BP took increasingly big risks to find oil and extract it, the company left behind a trail of mounting problems: deadly accidents, disastrous spills, countless safety violations. Each time, BP acknowledged the wider flaws in its culture and promised to do better. The FRONTLINE/ProPublica investigation shows that the rhetoric was empty. From the refineries to the oil fields to the Gulf of Mexico, BP workers understood that profits came first. FRONTLINE: The Spill
Visualizing the BP Oil Spill
Crude Awakening - USA
BP dispersants 'causing sickness' - Features BP dispersants 'causing sickness' - Features Two-year-old Gavin Tillman of Pass Christian, Mississippi, has been diagnosed with severe upper respiratory, sinus, and viral infections. His temperature has reached more than 39 degrees since September 15, yet his sicknesses continue to worsen. His parents, some doctors, and environmental consultants believe the child's ailments are linked to exposure to chemicals spilt by BP during its Gulf of Mexico oil disaster.