Marine Toxicologist: “Amazing amounts” of oil still coming onshore (VIDEO)

Testimonial of Dr. Susan Shaw, Louisiana Environmental Action Network, April 20, 2011:

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Cleanup worker: One person after another… I’m having kidney failure, my pancreas is rotted out, my liver won’t stop hurting (VIDEO)

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“A Huge Number”: Shrimp tests show 4,000+ ppm petroleum hydrocarbons — Caught last week off Alabama coast (LAB REPORT)

4,054 ppm found in royal red shrimp by Analytical Chemical Testing Laboratory … Read more >>

“We’re still in for major impacts” — Not safe to eat, drink, fish or walk around (VIDEO)

This is the largest single environmental disaster in the world says chemist who analyzed Corexit for Exxon/Mobil … Read more >>

DOA: Crabs “are not living as long as they should” during transit says seafood executive

As deadline looms, frustration mounts, Daily Comet, February 11, 2011:

Eric Blanchard’s business, Cajun …

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 … Read more >>

The List: Is Gulf seafood safe? (MUST READ)

The following reports are presented in response to the State of Louisiana’s latest press … 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 … Read more >>

Conan O’Brien vs. Gulf Seafood (VIDEO)

Conan O’Brien vs. Gulf Seafood,,  February 10, 2011:

State Official: Test results “don’t matter” — “You’re exposed to more hydrocarbons filling up your car with gas” (VIDEO)

Seafood reps outraged over new study, Fox 8, February 8, 2011:

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Updated with video links — Forum “Truth-Out for the Gulf” this Saturday, Feb. 5


70 percent of consumers in U.S. are concerned about safety of seafood from Gulf (VIDEO)

Gulf Seafood Consumption Poll, WEAR, February 1, 2011:

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Tears: Seafood restaurant done after 19 years — NO “fresh shrimp, oysters, and not a single flounder” in cooler since oil disaster (VIDEO)

Another business out due to oil spill, Fox 10, January 28, 2011:

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Like a “Ghost Town”: Fishermen say “their industry has come to a standstill” — “A catastrophe” (VIDEO)

Local fisherman continue to deal with oil spill aftermath, Fox 8 New Orleans, January … Read more >>

Paper: Current situation with Gulf seafood safety is “intolerable”

Settle seafood question now, The Advertiser (Lafayette, LA), December 21, 2010:

The current situation, …

New Orleans toxicologist warns about seafood, urges family members not to eat it — Only 8 ounces of fish tested to open 10,000 square miles

Safety of Gulf seafood debated 8 months after BP oil spill, Times-Picayune, December 19, … Read more >>

“Dangerously High Levels”: Snapper caught near Pensacola, FL “contaminated with nearly 3,000 PPM of total petroleum hydrocarbons”

EXCLUSIVE TEST RESULTS: Red Snapper Sample from Off Pensacola Shows Dangerously High Levels of … Read more >>

Chemist finds “increasing levels” of cancer-causing oil pollutants “that have built up in the tissues of fish, shrimp and crabs as they feed on other oiled marine life”

Is seafood safe? Scientists raise questions, Houma Today, December 13, 2010:

Wilma Subra, an …

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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Top seafood proccesor: “We haven’t bought shrimp in three days” — Worried about “permanent impacts”

Grand Isle wonders what’s next, Daily Comet, December 5, 2010:

Dean Blanchard [is Grand …

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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Toxicologist: “Tests of Gulf shrimp have shown unsafe levels… which can cause liver or kidney damage in a MATTER OF WEEKS”

“These chemicals, these are PAHs that are carcinogenic. … These items are not in any way appropriate for anyone to eat.” … Read more >>

BP trying to “starve” Gulf residents so they accept settlement offers without knowing what will happen in 3-4 years (VIDEO)

Louisiana BP OIL Spill 8 Months on Part 1, rawimagefilms, November 24, 2010:

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“Shrimp peelings are inexplicably washing up on Grand Isle’s shores”

“Fishermen are still finding oily shrimp and fish with oil in their gills” … Read more >>

Orlando TV station finds “troubling problems with gulf seafood” — Scientist who did testing “would not eat it based on the results” (LAB RESULTS)

Brand new laboratory test results just in Monday morning are showing troubling problems with gulf seafood… the results are raising a lot of red flags. … Read more >>

All 40 scientists agree at meeting: “Fish in the Gulf of Mexico will continue to get sick, die or fail to reproduce as a result” of oil — What about the people?

“Vast amounts of larvae from crabs, fish and shrimp also perished.” … Read more >>

Toxicologist: “We tested a good number of seafood samples and in 100 percent we found petroleum” — Gov’t tests “little more than a farce”

“We found not only petroleum in the digestive tracts [of shrimp], but also in the edible portions of fish.” … Read more >>

“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 … Read more >>

NOAA’s lead public affairs officer “demanded” website “withdraw its story” on Gulf

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NOAA Official Asks EINNEWS to Withdraw Story Questioning Safety of Gulf Seafood, … Read more >>