posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 09:19 AM
Great video, very interesting, thanks for posting thois. S & F'd.
A question though....considering BP appear to be hiding as much of the thruth about this leak as they can, and they won't even be straight up with
the administration and other authorities.....why on earth would they suddenly give an "access all areas" pass to some random local?
None of the locals are exactly going to be positive towards BP at the moment, so why on earth would BP risk inviting someone in and open themselves up
to more scandal?
I just find it strange that a corporation like BP, with the amount of crap they are in right now, would happily drop themselves in it to a total
I don't doubt what she's saying, i'm just surprised she was allowed that kind of access to behind the scenes at a time like this.
It's like the most corrupt police department you know, suddenly inviting you in...a random member of the public to come and join us for a few days
and see what we get up to behind the scenes.
It just wouldn't happen.
Maybe it's nothing, but it just doesn't sit well with me.
[edit on 24/6/10 by CX]