SAME agency that PREVENTED TESTING of oiled crabs says “low tide and high temperatures” caused massive fishkill


The AP reported this evening, "Low tide and high temperatures caused low oxygen levels that suffocated huge numbers of fish in Plaquemines Parish, a spokeswoman for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries said Wednesday."

According to a report yesterday by Fox 8 New Orleans, seafood dealers who encountered oiled crab on the docks contacted the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. The dealer said, “We got a biologist that was supposed to come here. About an hour passed and he never showed up, so we called the biologist and he said my superior stopped me from coming.”

Read more: Seafood dealer says load of crab “contaminated with oil” — State Biologist PREVENTED BY BOSS FROM SHOWING UP to do testing (VIDEO)

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