Governor says "extortion"; State issues "consumer alert" warning that Feinberg "works for BP"


Kenneth Feinberg's plan to settle oil-spill claims met with opposition, Washington Post, November 22, 2010:

Earlier this month, Alabama Gov. Bob Riley (R) called Feinberg's claims process "extortion," and outgoing Alabama Attorney General Troy King issued a "consumer alert" warning people that Feinberg "works for BP." Feinberg was named by President Obama, though BP is paying him and four other lawyers at his firm $850,000 a month to run the fund.

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