By Dahr Jamail
Monday 13 September 2010
Shirley Tillman logged what she and her husband saw while working for BP in the Gulf cleanup. They took hundreds of photos. The Tillmans confirm, both with what they logged in writing as well as in photos, what Truthout has reported before: BP has hired out-of-state contractors to use unregistered boats, usually of the Carolina Skiff variety, to spray toxic Corexit dispersants on oil located by VOO workers, writes Dahr Jamail.
By Alexander Higgins
Some people questioned the credibility of bloggers who ran the story and the chemist who reported “BP mercenaries in fatigues were spraying dispersants from Carolina Skiffs” as part of black ops to coverup the BP Gulf Oil Spill. New photographs reveal the truth after all.
I previously ran a few stories about an independent chemist being harassed by BP Thugs. Washington’s Blog followed up and confirmed the chemist’s statement who stated that BP Mercenaries wearing camouflage fatigues were spraying Corexit.