The Mysterious Deaths of Nine Gulf Oil Spill Whistleblowers

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posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:10 PM
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In the past year, nine vocal critics or potential whistle-blowers of the Gulf oil spill all died in extremely mysterious ways. Their deaths could be strange, unrelated coincidences. Or they could have been killed as part of a conspiracy to silence those who were speaking out against the worst oil spill in American history.

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Well if this is not the making of a conspiracy, then I am not sure what is.

These people have all died in mysterious ways and the one is missing as we speak. Cyanide poisoning suicide, shot in home invasion, arrested on child porn charge and beaten to death are only a few.

Now to have these all deaths happening to whistleblowers says something in and of itself.

We need to bring this all to light as maybe if these people are in the spotlight many more Murders will stop taking place. They are the good guys, and were trying to spread the truth.

Any thoughts?

Pred...




posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:26 PM
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S&F

Here is the original source of the article.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:28 PM
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Looks like there is another one too.
Tucker Mendoza



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:40 PM
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I'm trying to figure out what secret these people could've discovered that was dangerous and/or incriminating enough to get BP to kill over. I mean; by now everyone knows about the poor safety standards (which Obama signed off on as "Good enough" again), and the blowout preventers that seem "designed to fail". What else could there be? You don't kill someone after they let the truth out. The point is to shut them up. You've gotta wonder, what these nine (or more) individuals knew or were close to figuring out?
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posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:45 PM
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If they were killed to be silenced, it could have to do with money changing hands as well as complacency by officials, etc.

A last ditch effort to prevent the house of cards from falling.

Of course, not enough info to make a judgement. But if there is one major talking point or revelation... hard to tell. It could be a whole number of things.
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posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:56 PM
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Good for them, they stood up for what was right and now they are free of this corrupt and dying planet. May their spirits live free and prosperous in this infinite universe, unbound of earthly torments as they have demonstrated truth and honour in their being.

This planet is sinking, abandoning ship may not be such a bad idea when you consider the alternatives. Each to their own on these other worldly spiritual matters.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 02:40 PM
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Nine is a lot, but a more in-depth examination of each death removes some of the mystery. For instance, James Patrick Black died in a very routine airplane crash. He was in a Piper PA-46 Malibu attempting a landing in Destin, Florida. The pilot was fairly inexperienced, having less than 500 hours total time and less than 40 in a Malibu, which is a very high performance single engine aircraft. And the weather was horrid. The ceiling (oviercast layer) was at 100 feet and the visability was only a quarter of a mile. They were attempting an instrument approach using the Runway 14 RNAV/GPS approach procedure. The minimum ceiling/visabilty requirements for this approach are 500 feet ceiling and one and a quarter miles visibility. The aircraft was last swept by radar at a height of only 100 feet.The last part of the approach is over water and it was nighttime. Destin (KDTS) does not have either lead-in lights or high intensty approach lights and there are no touchdown point lights. Add to all that that the approach procedure being used gives no precision glide slope (glide path) indications, and it appears that this is a routine Controlled Flight Into Terrain (in this case water) accident resulting from descending far below minimums. These happen every month. It would have been illegal for either an airline (FAR Part 121) or charter (Part 135) pilot to even start this approach under these reported weather conditions. There are, on average 35 accidents per 100,000 instrument approaches when you have a combination of single-pilot (no co-pilot), bad weather and nighttime.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 03:29 PM
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I agree buddy, an inexperienced pilot flying in terrible conditions is a recipe for disaster, but, the other deaths are not of the same caliber. This one out of the 9 deaths is one that has a higher chance of being legit versus the others. And hey, remember, this is a conspiracy site.


Pred...



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 09:13 PM
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I agree buddy, of all the things to do down for, the truth and trying to get it out to the people. We all know BP is the biggest group of liars there is along side Gokdman Sachs, so any going against them is going to cause friction. The got through this whole spill on the back of ignorance and misdirection, there is still a lot going on down there and not enough people are oaring attention.

Pred...



posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 06:25 AM
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The Ted Stevens aircraft accident is also depressingly routine to those familiar with flying in Alaska. There are too many crashes just like Steven's where a pilot, in marginal weather, tries to stay under a low overcast by flying down a valley, only to run out of valley in rapidly rising terrain. There aircraft here was found at the 900 foot level in mountains on a day when the overcast was at 600 feet.



posted on May, 22 2011 @ 11:28 PM
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you decide



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 11:48 AM
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An interesting image I believe fits the thread

I wonder who this guy was and the cause of death.



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 12:19 PM
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Originally posted by MrPolon
An interesting image I believe fits the thread

I wonder who this guy was and the cause of death.
Confused??? are you referring to the ROV pilot?



posted on May, 25 2011 @ 12:31 PM
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Do you not see the hand, arm, bit of forhead and other arm distorted by gas?
This was an image I managed to capture before the body sunk off camera and the screen was smoked out with a white substance.

The image was taken on the 3rd of july 2010
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posted on May, 26 2011 @ 05:26 AM
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These were posted june 23rd. WHAT THE #^@% DID I SEE?

www.businessinsider.com...

The containment cap was removed after collision with an underwater robot. The flow has increased wildly, as you can see in the live cam.


In unrelated news announced at the same time, two people have died in the oil spill response. Allen said the two casualties were working on "vessels of opportunity," and one of the deaths was, strangely, a gunshot wound.


www.businessinsider.com...

Right now details are scarce, but according to various reports, two people have died in the accident that prompted the removal of the Deepwater Horizon containment cap. in the oil spill cleanup operation. It is not clear, as reports earlier seemed to suggest, that these deaths were related to the containment cap disaster.


In my mind there is no doubt that BP / Haliburton / Gov has had people assasinated over the gulf oil disaster.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 01:12 PM
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I'm sorry, not doubting you or anything, but I just can't see the person in the picture.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 08:47 PM
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Here I outlined it. I wish I was recording when it happened, seems there are no recordings of skandi neptune on July 3rd 12:10AM 2010




posted on May, 26 2011 @ 08:52 PM
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Originally posted by kwakakev

This planet is sinking, abandoning ship may not be such a bad idea when you consider the alternatives.


You go ahead and jump off, Kwak, I'm gonna ride this SOB into the heart of the sun.

On topic,

TPTB have no regard for life, killing people is an everyday thing for them, so it
comes as no surprise that 9-10 of these people have died unexpectedly.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 08:53 PM
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Ok, I can see the little fist and the forearm now, weird.
Thanks for outlining it.



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 09:09 PM
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Any thoughts?


Suspicious!
Here is another report of whistle blowers getting "abused"

The "cover-up" caused at least one death and several illnesses. Who knows how many people became ill because of Big Ags determination to push through the new "Food Safety" modernization Act by deliberately selling contaminated food? (The act turns control of the US food supply over to the World Trade Organization which is run by the Ag Cartel)



SHIELDING THE GIANT:

USDA’s “Don’t Look, Don’t Know” Policy for Beef Inspection

This investigative report, as part of an ongoing series on corporate and government accountability, was researched and written by GAP Legal Director, Tom Devine.


... USDA aggressively enforced a “do not look, do not tell” noninterference policy with the giant firm. This allowed the agency to remain officially ignorant of facts that could create a conflict with ConAgra, or expose the government’s own Seal of Approval as wholesome on tainted ConAgra beef. But it meant the government was sealing a cover up.....

RETALIATION AGAINST GOVERNMENT WHISTLEBLOWERS

FSIS smashed anyone who challenged its efforts to protect ConAgra from accountability, not just Mr. Munsell. After Mr. Smith took charge of the Munsell dispute from Washington, every official was moved off the job who blew the whistle internally on harassment of MQF, or who sought accountability from ConAgra. The harassment victims ranged from inspectors to supervisory vets. In some instances the agency simply isolated them from the case. Numerous whistleblowers have reported that the Inspector General staff’s primary interest was to attack the critics, while discouraging or only grudgingly accepting evidence of agency misconduct to shield ConAgra. Agency management forced some of the agency’s most seasoned veterinarians out of the government through steady harassment.

This treatment is consistent with a wide ranging phenomenon since new Labor Management chief William Milton purged the long time career staff of that office, who had earned respect over the years even from critics for objective, constructive resolution in retaliation cases. Leaders from professional organizations and unions alike now express no expectation of fair play within the agency personnel system, claiming that the merit system has been replaced with a reign of terror at FSIS....







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