Wednesday, August 25, 2010


Chemist Confirms Corexit Still Being Applied

Naman further said he saw mercenaries dressed in all black fatigues, using gps coordinates, applying Corexit 9527 at Dauphin Island and at Bayou La Batre, Alabama. The mercenaries were "Blackwater"-type mercenaries, and Naman assumed they must have been hired either by BP or the government.

Naman also told me that Corexit 9527 is being sprayed at night, and that it is being applied in such a haphazard manner that undiluted 9527 is running onto beach sand.

I urge you to read the article. Naman is a chemist who tested water samples for dispersants. "9527" refers to a lesser known and used variant of Corexit, the type usually simply referred to as Corexit is Corexit 9500. The chemists eyewitness account of Blackwater-type mercenaries dressed in black and secretly applying dispersants at night corroborates what other residents of the Gulf have been telling the media. But BP says that they are no longer using any dispersant.

It's obvious what's going on here -- BP is continuing to try and hide the oil, keeping it in small drops and sunk still below the surface of the water. So they've hired some unknown company to continue spraying the deadly poison Corexits at night. Others have reported planes flying at night with their lights off, which is illegal, also spraying Corexit from the air. I have no doubt that BP also has ships running around dumping even more into the water. But according to the company and the Coast Guard this is not happening.

Except that it is, and the entire cover-up of the extent of the Gulf oil disaster is starting to fly apart. BP and Barry Soetorobama can no longer pretend that nothing ever happened and that the Gulf of Mexico is as normal as it was before Deepwater Horizon exploded, marking the beginning of the worst environmental disaster in the history of the United States of America. How much longer will the citizens of the five Gulf states continue to allow BP to have secret mercenary squads spraying Corexit on the ground, and to have planes flying at night spraying it from above? It's time for the citizens and their local sheriffs to get directly involved.

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