“Purple looking jelly stuff, three feet thick, floating all over, as wide as a football field” says former BP cleanup worker


Mark Stewart, a third generation fisherman from Ocean Springs, Mississippi, and BP vessel of opportunity worker, reports "purple looking jelly stuff, three feet thick, floating all over, as wide as a football field and tar balls as big as a car."

Read today's article by Dahr Jamail and Erika Blumenfeld at Truthout for the rest of the story.

In a related sighting: Two officials from different Florida counties report “what looks like ‘a congealed GLOB of VASELINE’ that is HOVERING just offshore”

7 comments to “Purple looking jelly stuff, three feet thick, floating all over, as wide as a football field” says former BP cleanup worker

  • JasonN

    A good article over there at truthout.

    Unfortunately none of this will ever see the MSM.

    I feel as though something has changed in the last month of this disaster.

    Anderson Cooper and Keith Olbermann were the only two commentators whom seem to care and challenge BP.

    Now I guess they just fell in line with B.S. stories about illegal immigration and race issues.

  • Ed

    The Truthout Article is DEAD-ON-THE-MONEY......I was there, on VOO Boats ,off Destin and Panama City....BP, AND THE Gov.are covering it up.Thad Allen retired so he could be BOUGHT by BP

  • James

    Anderson Cooper is a CIA agent so that shoots his 'opinion' down because it echoes the company.

  • dogismyth

    where are the pictures? the documentation?

    I'm sick of seeing articles WITH NO BACKUP WHATSOEVER.

    Please post pics and documentation since everyone and their brother lies or exaggerates to get attention for their agenda!!!!

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