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Old 07-14-2011, 06:36 PM   #11
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in all fairness, on a whole, the area HAS recovered. not a total fabrication there. And I am glad the media has moved on, and no longer thinks there is a story in the situation. Thats what did the most damage in the first part. wouldnt hurt my feelings if i never heard about it again. geez dust off and move on

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Old 07-15-2011, 10:50 AM   #12
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The big politicians can thump their chests and shout all they want but they have no control over how Feinberg handles his operations. Senator Nelson thumped his chest so many times he probably has a bruise and it made no difference. He use to have a staff that only helped his voters get through the claims process. He has now dismissed that staff.
So its down to either take their settlement offer before they cut the faucet off or hire a lawyer. Then what you may get over the settlement offer will go to attorneys.
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The big politicians can thump their chests and shout all they want but they have no control over how Feinberg handles his operations. Senator Nelson thumped his chest so many times he probably has a bruise and it made no difference. He use to have a staff that only helped his voters get through the claims process. He has now dismissed that staff.
So its down to either take their settlement offer before they cut the faucet off or hire a lawyer. Then what you may get over the settlement offer will go to attorneys.

You got that right, no one said they had to spend the whole 20 billion, when they put that money in the account it was for worse case scenario, no one new how long it would take to clean up, if they still owe you money stop screwing around and take a settlement, iam sure every one is back to work and making money, don't be one of them people trying to get some thing for nothing..
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There actually was never 20 billion placed in escrow if everyone remembers. BP pays 1.25 billion into the fund every quarter which would total 20 billion over 4 years. Feinberg is shutting down after 3 years so who handles the funding the final year? All BP has to do is quit funding the money and its dead and there is nothing that can be done except sue BP.
The only reason Feinberg would stretch things out would be to ensure paychecks for himself and those thousands of people he has hired to work the claims center.
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There actually was never 20 billion placed in escrow if everyone remembers. BP pays 1.25 billion into the fund every quarter which would total 20 billion over 4 years. Feinberg is shutting down after 3 years so who handles the funding the final year? All BP has to do is quit funding the money and its dead and there is nothing that can be done except sue BP.
The only reason Feinberg would stretch things out would be to ensure paychecks for himself and those thousands of people he has hired to work the claims center.
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There actually was never 20 billion placed in escrow if everyone remembers. BP pays 1.25 billion into the fund every quarter which would total 20 billion over 4 years. Feinberg is shutting down after 3 years so who handles the funding the final year? All BP has to do is quit funding the money and its dead and there is nothing that can be done except sue BP.
The only reason Feinberg would stretch things out would be to ensure paychecks for himself and those thousands of people he has hired to work the claims center.
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A second matter is coming up soon. It is the fine that will be assessed against the parties involved. The fine can run $1000 PB to $4000 PB (+-21 billion) if criminal intent is found. The Big dogs and guberment want to control this. It should be going in the reserve funds for future accidents.

Watch these crooks- David Vitter, Mary Landrieu. NOLA Times does a good coverage on progress.

I really feel sorry for you guy. Hold their feet to the fire. No telling what a hurricane can do. BP is already trying to slip out from the cleanup from what I read. Reading the congressional investigation into the accident several parties were totally incompetent in the loss of well control and heads should roll. People bitch about the permitting and moratorium. Reason there are few permits issued is operators could not meet the old safety requirement for the OCS drilling that they were supposed to have in place. LOL Remember all the recovery equipment BP had and all the seals it saved in the GOM. Now at least we have Helix and Well Control setting themselves up as backup safety companies to help with loss of control and recovery

Going to be hard to find a politician that will help you with all the big oil money going tin there crooked pockets but good luck and keep up the fight.

Don't let congress shut down EPA, or you are lost.

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