And so it begins: FDA Deputy Director calls independent seafood testing “JUNK SCIENCE”

The ‘Junk Science’ Behind Independent Seafood-Safety Tests, Louisiana Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board, February 10, ... Read more >>

State of Louisiana: You can eat 1,500+ jumbo Gulf shrimp A DAY and not exceed FDA contamination levels

Louisiana state officials confirm seafood safety; state has tested more than 1,000 composite samples of ... Read more >>

Independent tests show seafood “samples exceeded more than twice the ‘tolerable daily intake’ based on the FDA’s average rates of consumption”

Law Firm Challenges Seafood Safety Claims, Best of New Orleans, December 6, 2010:

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Not even a bloodhound’s nose could detect harmful hydrocarbons says toxicologist — NOAA and FDA “NOT using certified lab methods”

Law Firm Challenges Seafood Safety Claims, Best of New Orleans, December 6, 2010:

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Before DOSS testing for Corexit dispersant “government scientists devein and shell shrimp”

Law Firm Challenges Seafood Safety Claims, Best of New Orleans, December 6, 2010:

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“I don’t recommend eating Gulf seafood, not with the risk of liver and kidney damage” says toxicologist — “They’re sniffing for something they can’t detect”

Experts operating states apart confirm toxic content in not just shrimp, but crab and fish ... Read more >>

EPA employee: FDA, NOAA revealed "they are doing a cover up" when testing for Corexit

"They told you they are doing a cover up, how they are doing the cover up, and notwithstanding that, they still have some positive results for chemicals." - Hugh Kaufman, Sr. EPA Analyst ... Read more >>

Feds' press release says NOAA, FDA now testing for dispersant: Corexit ingredient DOSS found in 13 samples -- Up to 500 ppm allowed in shrimp, crabs, oysters

NOAA and FDA Announce Chemical Test for Dispersant in Gulf Seafood, Press Release, October 29, ... Read more >>

Scientists: Acceptable levels of toxic PAH in the Gulf raised simply for the BP disaster

From the Shores of Louisiana - Is gulf seafood safe?, Gadling (AOL Travel), October 20, ... Read more >>

FDA collected only ONE shrimp sample while trawling offshore Louisiana — For the entire month of July (VIDEO)

Scientists question thoroughness of Gulf seafood testing, WWL-TV, September 20, 2010 at 11:58 p.m. EDT:

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ALL NINE Florida shrimp samples show @ 28 to 31 ppm PAHs, about 30 TIMES more than samples from other from Gulf — FDA officials “NOT concerned”

The Press-Register reports, the Food and Drug Administration "is allowing much higher PAH levels in ... Read more >>

NOAA, FDA, Bill Walker declare MS oysters SAFE TO EAT — Aug. 20: Top marine scientist says “IMMEDIATE CAUTION” because “they take in droplets and dissolved oil”

Just one week before this announcement, NOAA Chief admitted oysters metabolize hydrocarbons the "slowest"

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Secret to their Success: Feds finally admit NOT testing seafood from oiled areas (VIDEO)

Gulf Oil Spill and Seafood Safety Government Panel, House Committee Energy & Commerce, Energy and ... Read more >>

FDA admits NOT testing for MERCURY, ARSENIC, or other TOXIC HEAVY METALS in crude oil — DOESN’T EXPECT INCREASE FROM ‘SPILL’! (VIDEO)

Gulf Oil Spill and Seafood Safety Government Panel, House Committee Energy & Commerce, Energy and ... Read more >>

WARNING: FDA admits NO testing for MORE TOXIC bioaccumulating metabolites of PAHs in food supply (VIDEO)

Gulf Oil Spill and Seafood Safety Government Panel, House Committee Energy & Commerce, Energy and ... Read more >>

FDA tops NOAA: Oil-contaminated fish are clear “WITHIN A MATTER OF DAYS”! (VIDEO)

Gulf Oil Spill and Seafood Safety Government Panel, House Committee Energy & Commerce, Energy and ... Read more >>