Denise Rednour and Kimberly McCuiston report on the Gulf Coast oil crisis that hasn't died

The media may have moved onto other stories, but for Gulf Coast residents like our guests, the disaster that began with last year’s oil rig explosion has not abated.

Co-founder of the Alabama Oil Spill Aftermath Coalition, Kimberly McCuiston shares news about a public rally and protest against the BP response to the oil spill that is taking place tomorrow (Sat. Oct. 15) at the National Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores, AL.

Compromise reached on BP protest at Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog
By Guy Busby Press-Register
Oct. 11, 2011

NZ oil spill ship’s safety breaches
Jason Dowling
The Sydney Morning Herald
Oct. 14, 2011

New York Times’ Gulf Oil Spill Article Being Made Into A Movie
The Huffington Post
Mar. 8, 2011

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3 Responses to Denise Rednour and Kimberly McCuiston report on the Gulf Coast oil crisis that hasn't died

  1. Dangerous allegations in the Gulf of Mexico
    Gulf of Mexico residents accuse BP and their security company of harassment.
    Dahr Jamail
    Al Jazeera English
    14 Oct 2011 15:06

  2. British Petroleum says to hell with public relatons, we’re gonna screw everybody we can
    Disenfranchised Citizen
    Nov. 11, 2011

    “It would appear more and more, that unless you got the law, you are now officially on your own…not that you haven’t (really) been this way for a long enough time already…let’s just say BP finally ripped their mask clean off as it would appear they’ve decided moral bankruptcy and greed is back in style…”

  3. BP Oil Spill Whistleblowers And Experts Continue To Mysteriously Die
    The Intel Hub
    October 27, 2011

    In the last year and a half at least 10 experts, whistleblowers and BP connected individuals have died under mysterious circumstances.

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