Re: AP Wire - RICO BP
Posted by Sharon on 7/19/10
"A firing squad in the international waters under marine time
law would be gracious." LoL
They keep saying "its leaking" but seem a bit criptic about it.
Leaking what? Oil? Or something else?
On 7/19/10, johncodie wrote:
> The RICO laws were written in an attempt to curtail the
> powers of organized crime that gained power during periods
> of corrupted US government entities. There will be so many
> courts Federal and State tied up in jurisdiction, and where
> the torts occurred. You will certainly see federal
> protection of information from Homeland Security stating
> National Security denying information. RICO laws are overly
> broad as to classification as to qualify for the empowerment
> to obtain information. From previous congressinal testimony
> it was already indentified that TranOcean employees were
> already drilling beyond permit depths, and safety protocols
> were being bypassed. A nobel cause to give one's life for a
> country, or comrade but foolish to lay down one's rights for
> a proven protocol of safety for non-realized in gains to
> schedule. Any employee had the right to stop production,
> where was the whistle blower? RICO won't fly here. When
> all is said and done; Exon Valdeze government settlement
> will prevail over the State of Alaska State Rights.
> Mississippi Republican Governor has already initiated its
> own fleet of recovery ships as Lousiana is loosing its
> shipyard Avaondale in 2013. Another loss of 5,000 jobs to
> add to those not working the oil production. Lousiana
> welcomed the oil/chemical dollar; Mississippi did not. As
> the two states fought to control of the Mississippi years
> having to have the Supreme Court order a stop order from the
> Corp of Engineers. LSU, Southern Miss, and Florida State in
> association with Woodshole MA have a bench mark for the
> health of the River, and Coastal Waters. We already have an
> administration caving in on paying for known losses due to
> legal technical issues; of prove me you could have had a
> better year. Respect China for the swift recourse of the
> individuals sending us cadimnum toys. A firing squad in the
> international waters under marine time law would be
> gracious. Round them up and provide a special oil soaked
> enviroment for them to live off the land.
> On 7/19/10, Sharon wrote:
>> Check this one out!!!!
>> RICO law made to combat Mafia used in BP lawsuits By CURT
>> ANDERSON (AP) – 8 hours ago
>> "Attorneys are using a law enacted to combat the Mafia in
>> lawsuits accusing BP and Transocean of committing crimes
>> that led to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill....RICO, which
>> stands for Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt
>> Organizations....Civil RICO cases can lead to criminal
>> prosecutions. The Justice Department is looking at all
>> possible criminal violations. Copyright © 2010 The
>> Associated Press. All rights reserved".
>> Wonder if I could get a copy of this RICO filing so I
>> just white out some names, insert others and file a new
>> RICO suit. With the way things have been going of rampant
>> agnotology in the US, seems like someone should just make
>> template for filing these things with fill in the blanks
>> for the named co-conspirators de jour.
>> It's all the same game. Many of the same players are seen
>> over and over again - just a different day, different
>> of environmental illness to deny and to profit from
>> doubt upon.
>> Agnotology is "the study of culturally-induced ignorance
>> doubt, particularly the publication of inaccurate or
>> misleading scientific data. Ignorance is often not merely
>> the absence of knowledge but an outcome of cultural and
>> political struggle."
>> Sharon Kramer
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