James Fox gives a disturbing account of the oil spill damage to the Gulf coast

Independent journalist and filmmaker James Fox shares the latest news about the Gulf Coast environment in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon explosion.

Aided by his assistant, Jette Newell, James Fox has submitted regular reports via the Internet about the actual conditions that exist along the sensitive coastal regions of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

Click here to watch one of the many YouTube videos that James has posted. To contact James by email, click here.

Also watch this gripping video produced by Robert M. Young and Edward James Olmos that describes the plight of Louisiana residents directly affected by the oil spill and how the Presidential press conferences held along the Gulf coast have been staged for television.

Here is another YouTube video that describes how a WDSU news team from New Orleans was told by a private security guard that they couldn’t talk with cleanup workers on a public beach.

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One Response to James Fox gives a disturbing account of the oil spill damage to the Gulf coast

  1. The oil spill is nothing to laugh at but I just saw a kid wearing a t-shirt that cracked me up. BP – We’re bring oil to America’s shores. I died laughing because BP’s billion dollar image change to their new sunflower logo is forever going to be associated with the worst environmental disaster to strike America. Check out the shirt here – http://bit.ly/bJAuTb

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