BP Oil Spill Clean Up Worker: Video Evidence of Massive Cover Up

BP clean up worker Malcolm Coco told Al Jazeera that there has been a massive coverup of the size of the BP oil spill:

This fire initially was the biggest fire ever in the world. But every day we exceeded those numbers ….

[Clean-up worker Malcolm Coco] says he has evidence there was more oil spilled than has ever been publicly admitted.

“In all categories it was a massive coverup the way they presented it on the ship.”

As we’ve previously noted, BP went to great lengths to cover up the scope of the disaster … including low-balling spill estimates.

BP temporarily hid the amount of oil in the Gulf … so that BP could pay lower fines (which are calculated based on the amount of oil spilled) and pretend – for p.r. purposes – that the spill wasn’t very bad.

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  • wunsacon

    At end of video, BBC reporter says: “The Coast Guard referred us to BP.” Probably another data point showing who ran the show.

  • amerikagulag

    Just another day for BP. Destruction-is-us!

  • colinjames71

    anybody know a browser for Android that supports the video here, or way to watch in phone- chrome? First time on this blog. love it- as much as one can love the ugly truth of things. yikes.

  • To get rid of accidents we should take proper precaution because every thing is possible if there is life.

  • amazing video, thanks for sharing this beautiful video with all of us. I can clearly conveys it’s original message.

  • Emily Mainzer

    After remarkable decline or collapse of oil spills in the Baltic sea, Offshore sector learned some lessons to reduce the oil spills.We have seen that there is drastic decrease of oil spills in Baltic sea 2013 and 2014.It is good to hear that we are getting innovative oil spill recovery technologies to reduce the oil spills and separate oil from water.Hope these things will get success.