Boat captain hired by BP finds DISPERSANT in Florida CANAL weeks after well capped, supervisor says it’s algae: “No f___ing way — Idiots”


Excerpt from Exclusive: BP Oil Spill Coverup, Daily Beast, August 17, 2010:

July 27... While the media, BP, and the Coast Guard were reporting no more oil, [Mark Williams, a fishing boat captain hired by BP] and other boat captains were assigned to find it.

Three days later, Williams found remnants of dispersant in a canal in Santa Rosa Sound north of Pensacola Beach. He reported it to his supervisor... Williams wrote in his logbook, "Returned p.m. for check-out. [Supervisor] said, 'Oh, they sent someone out there and it was algae'—No fucking way—Idiots."

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