the whole alex jones thing is a psy op troll tactic to prevent everyone from getting down to figuring out what is giong on
this is why they are mucking up threads and trying to be ass
obnoxiious as posible
pert of the reason is to drive news hounds TOO alex jones where the "ELITE Informed lindsy williams is saying all the short sellers were informed by
OCCULT sources when they knew the math all the time
these shills are here because when the averge joe finds out the truth these peole won't be safe any where in the world for what they have done
legality be damned
so we are supposed to fall victim to the reverse psycology and suck up what the plant williams is telling us in reaction to these shills
first person account and legal situation
Heavy patches of crude reached the marshes of Plaquemines, Louisiana this week and the Obama administration admitted the oil had got caught up in the
powerful loop current, where it could reach the coral reefs of the Florida Keys.
Once in the current, the oil could travel as far as Mexico or Cuba, Frank Muller-Karger, an oceanographer at the University of South Florida, told
Congress this week.
For Davis, the events of that night, when the rig exploded killing 11 of the 126 crew, was only the beginning of his ordeal. He says he and other
survivors were to spend the next 40 hours in isolation – barred from phoning their families – while his lawyers believe Transocean, the owners of
the rig, readied its legal defences. Seventeen crew members were seriously injured in the incident.
For Barack Obama, whose officials are being held to account for their oversight of offshore drilling in congressional hearings this week, the disaster
could be the defining event of his presidency.
For the companies involved in the disaster – BP, the well owner, Transocean, the rig owner, and subcontractors Halliburton and Cameron – that
night was only the beginning of what lawyers predict will be one of the longest and most complicated court battles the US has ever seen.
"This will be one of the biggest torts probably in the history of the United States," said Anthony Buzbee, a Houston lawyer who is representing
Davis and nine other survivors who are seeking $5.5m (£3.7m) each in damages from Transocean and other firms. "These cases will be going on for
many, many years." He said he was preparing litigation against two other firms who supplied equipment to the rig."
don't let these disinfo clowns get yuo down they are just part of the propogenda machine
ultimatley they are contributing to the loss of life and property and if they were in a room with some of the people who are losing BIG TIME
and figured out how and by whom they are getting sold down the river by
they would get their tickets punched
all for a few peices of silver
which of course is why they are on the internet where the only thing that gets punched is the keys.