NOAA: Oil-contaminated fish are “safe to eat” within a few weeks (VIDEO)

NOAA Administrator Dr. Jane Lubchenco, August 4, 2010:

12 comments to NOAA: Oil-contaminated fish are “safe to eat” within a few weeks (VIDEO)

  • ABritMum

    Anyone have any good recipes for oil contaminated fish??
    We know it’s not safe to eat contaminated fish so if they are trying to make a point then we need to see them do it first…

  • jec

    Someone should send safe “seafood” to BP’s CEO for his family to eat. And ask the event be televised. And add NOAA personnel to that list as well.

  • Betsy S.

    I, for one, will not be eating Gulf seafood ever again…..

    My personal opinion: Soon, the “relief wells” will be “done” and all will likely be said to be right in the GOM and the cameras will likely be turned off because there will be “nothing left to see” and when something else perhaps oil or methane-related pops up in the not-so-distant future, BP and the Coast Guard will likely deny that it has anything to do with this April 2010 blowout. I can almost hear it now: “It was an act of God….” They’ll keep on keeping on.

  • Johnny Bartee

    The Feds are nothing but scummy dangerous liars who care nothing about safe food. They want you to eat poison so you’ll DIE. BOYCOTT ALL GULF SEAFOOD!

  • Howard T. Lewis III

    Let ye all of misplaced Faith partaketh of this Bounty, For if not said by God, then it shall never be that carcinagenic amides and amines never aided passage to the Kingdom of God.
    To the bitch doctor who is trying to make us eat this stuff, party is over, you are under arrest for conspiracy and attempted murder.

  • Howard T. Lewis III

    Did you people publish that one? Please tap any simple yes or no to

  • C.Dodds

    What about corexit and other dispersants in the bodies of declared “safe” fish? Journalists and scientists should be exact in declaring the whole truth, and not just convenient truth, otherwise they earn our disrespect. If people later die of poisoning because truth was deliberately hidden from them, that would be murder.

  • kingfish46815

    The Gulf is tidal and has always been like a big septic tank. I tried Louisiana shrimp once, bought at Fresh Market in Fort Wayne. They had been washed with Clorox and not rinsed very well. They had the smell of a recently cleaned bathroom. Why anyone would want to have them now escapes me. .

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