BP’s Gulf oil second wave 100 miles from shore, ‘Big Fix’ splashes LA
Attorney Stuart Smith said Saturday that public concern is escalating as scientists fear fresh BP oil is surfacing at the Deepwater Horizon site is 100 miles from shore and critically acclaimed oil “spill” documentary “The Big Fix” premieres November 12th through the 14th in Los Angeles. The ongoing gushing oil into the Gulf, Corexit carpet-bombing of the region, and subsequent Gulf holocaust comprise not only the nation’s largest eco-catastrophe to date, but also one of the world’s largest and most sinister human rights violations, all exposed in “The Big Fix” that Mr. Stuart says the nation needs to see to stop the government’s irresponsible cover-up.“Up to 30% of the nation’s seafood in a given year comes from Louisiana,” award-winning filmmaker, director of “The Big Fix” Josh Tickell stated Monday in a written statement.
“Toxicologists studying the fish from Louisiana waters are finding heightened levels of cancer-causing carcinogens and genetic mutations.”
New Orleans based environmental attorney Stuart Smith stated Sunday, “The Gulf Coast is reeling from reports that fresh oil rising from BP’s Macondo Reservoir – ground zero of last year’s massive spill – is coming ashore, again. Scientists have confirmed the existence of a ‘second wave’ of BP oil fouling Gulf waters and beaches, poisoning marine life and wildlife, and posing a grave public health risk,” New Orleans-based environmental attorney Stuart Smith stated Saturday….
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