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Originally posted by SWCCFAN
Guys I found this in the trash outside a BP site in LA. I guess whoever had it read it and fully understood what would happen if they signed it. I was going to submit this to Wiki leaks but I could not get the site to connect. So I though If I posted it here on ATS the members could make this go viral via the Internet.
I have never worked for BP or any Sub-contractor of BP and I believe the Public have a right to know so that is why I am posting it. I am tired of seeing Big Government and Big Corporations Crap on the "little people".
We have a right to know what is going on and asking worker to help in BP's cover up is asking them to commit treason.
I am sure BP will figure out who I am but I offer a warning:
Don't Tread On Me...
Trust me on that one. It's not worth it.
Now for the Goods:
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Edit to resize Images Thanks endisnighe
[edit on 9-7-2010 by SWCCFAN]
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
Wow...what a find.
Okay, at a quick glance? It looks like a standard order given to companies to save ALL documents period that is typically used when there is litigation in process or pending against the company. It's intended to prevent the company from destroying or hiding incriminating material. This happened to a company I once worked for. We could not shred, erase, delete, throw away, burn, or otherwise get rid of ANYthing. What a paperwork mountain that was. It went on for over 7 years.
However, some of the wording looks rather odd. I'm going to give it another look. I only managed to zoom page 2 so far.
Originally posted by CAELENIUM
The only person committing "treason" is yourself, for militating against the law of the land, in dealing with what caused the Deepwater Horizon spill. BP are quite right to request that all its labour force comply with the request made in the document, which you allegedly found, or more likely were given directly from BP, since I suspect that you work for Halliburtons, who are subcontracted by BP, and let us remember that Halliburtons are believed to have been cutting work procedure corners which led to the blow out preventer failing. I have read the document and cannot find anything wrong with it, or offensive about it. It is basically obsurd that you believe BP are guilty of "treason" ? If I am reading the document correctly, then by publishing the document on ATS, you are in breach of your employment contract, and since you apparantly refuse to sign the document, which is why you contrary to it, publish it on ATS, I thus presume that BP, or its subcontracted, will nolonger wish to employ you any further. BP are not the cause of the spill at Deepwater Horizon 252. The spill was as a result of the failings, and perhaps corruptions of, workers, working for Halliburton, and others, subcontracted by BP. BP are thus quite right to issue the above document, in their efforts to establish exactly who amongst their workers, are responsible for the blow out.
[edit on 9/7/2010 by CAELENIUM]
Originally posted by from here to infinity
reply to post by Cowgirlstraitup7
Bravo, I completely overlooked the usage of them referring to themselves in the abbreviated form. I couldn't agree more, surely if this were genuine British Petroleum would have been utilised in its place. Unless, there was a legal name-change rendering BP the new name and not the abbreviated form. Of which I am not entirely certain.