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Friday marks one week since an ExxonMobil pipeline burst in the town of Mayflower, Arkansas, spilling thousands of barrels of toxic tar sands. Town residents say they are being kept in the dark over compensation and the cleanup by Exxon.
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The USA displays a different filthy mess everyday, pathetic..
5 MILLION? That's PATHETIC. Exxon is a awful company. Ask for at least a few BILLION. Make a diff.
Its a public street, why can't reporters use the street? Why does Exxon call the shots?
Greedy corporations who refuse to spend any money on maintenance and technology.
Notice this comes when gas price dropped? There will be some fat checks written to Washington now.
Thom Hartmann covered the story LAST YEAR that oil companies have been turning down their early warning breach detection to cut corner on maintenance and gain more profits.
Sabatoge by eco-terrorists.
HMMM... AND HERE IN MI we are at week 124.... yes my friends week 124 ... and what they are not telling you my razorback friends ... is this is just the begging ... and its not done ... people are still having problems ... the rivers not clean ... welcome to the world of a technological disaster ....
You should visit Khanty-Mansiyk. There are puddles of oil like this in the local school playground.
it looks scary!!!!!!!!
that is cool
If diluted bitumen is really chunks of tar sands how would those baffles do any good to absorb it? Would it not just sink under them and hide at the bottom of the sewer lines or the lake and continue to do its damage to the area?
1% think they can do whatever to whoever ...well the day of reckoning is coming soon.
I live in Arkansas and the only real media coverage on this spill is coming from the Local Arkansas news outlets. The National Media only mentions it, but if it were a Rain Flood it would have National Coverage, if it was a school shooting it would have World coverage. But because Exxon is involved Big Government must keep it quiet to make their lobbiest happy.
i live in AR . THX to RT for covering this. main stream here is not...
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