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June 16, 2010

Nearly all shrimping boats abandon Key West after crew pulls up oil-covered shrimp
By oilflorida, on June 15th, 2010
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Locals In Key West Fearing Worst Of Oil Spill, CBS 4 Miami, June 14, 2010:
Next to the Hogfish [restaurant near downtown Key West] sits a pier that is usually full of shrimp boats. But on Monday, CBS4’s Gio Benitez found only one boat docked there.
The last time Hogfish manager Tim Dion saw all the shrimping boats was three to four weeks ago. The boats would always bring fresh shrimp from the Gulf…
According to this CBS4 report, shrimpers left the Key West area sometime between May 18 to May 25.
This is precisely the time that “about 12 miles north of Dry Tortugas, the crew on the Mattie Fay hauled up their shrimp catch and got oil,” according to a May 24 report in the Naples Daily News.
“Tar balls were tangled in their nets with the shrimp. There was tar on the shrimp, tar on their boots, tar on their gloves.”
The boat’s captain said, “Now, we’re leaving. I seen the sign of that tar out there the other day and I don’t want to get trapped.”
Apparently the other shrimpers saw the signs as well.

5/15/10 SHRIMPING BOATS ABANDON KEY WEST

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Inland Oil: Sheen penetrated 10 miles beyond Florida inlet; Residents using fencing and cages to battle oil
By oilflorida, on June 15th, 2010
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Booms haven’t kept oil out of bay, sound, Pensacola News Journal, June 15, 2010:
Florida politicians called for more federal assistance in responding to the Gulf oil spill Monday, as barriers at Pensacola Pass failed to keep oil out of Pensacola Bay.

Bob Sikes Bridge (Google Maps)
Oil sheens were spotted as far inshore as the Bob Sikes Bridge on Santa Rosa Sound. Scattered clusters of tar balls, red weathered crude and mousse were observed across much of Pensacola Bay as well as inside Little Sabine Bay. Oil seeped into the grass beds in and around Lafitte Cove, where Pensacola Beach’s Peg Leg Pete’s restaurant is located.

6/15/10 OIL SHEEN PENETRATED 10 MILES BEYOND FORIDAY INLET

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OIL SEEPING UP THROUGH SEAFLOOR AS PLUMES, INDICATING THAT THERE ARE MANY LEAKES IN THE GULF FLOOR, OTHER THAN THE DAMAGED WELL HEAD.

HERE ARE SOME VIDEOS ON THE SUBJECT

6/15/10 OIL PLUMES SEEP FROM CRACKS IN SEAFLOOR
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NUKING OF WELL, SEA FLOOR ONLY OPTION NOT, WELL CASING GONE, RELIEF WELLS WILL BE USELESS.

6/16/10 NUKE DEVICE ON OPTION NOW
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Gulf oil disaster: a trillion-dollar corporate crime
15 June 2010
The oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is a corporate crime whose magnitude almost defies comprehension. The eventual cost—combining damage to complex Gulf and coastal ecosystems, wiping out of the fishing and tourism industries, and long-term health consequences for the population of the region—is likely to total over $1 trillion.

6/16/10 OIL VOLCANO LARGES CRIME SYNDICATE IN THE WORLD
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By Paul Proctor
June 16, 2010
NewsWithViews.com
Can it be stopped?
My wife and I took a rare trip to the coast last weekend hoping to enjoy a salty breeze, a sunny beach and some fresh seafood while it’s still available, affordable and edible. There are of course many conflicting news reports and photos of tarred beaches, toxic fumes and dead or dying sea life in and around the Gulf of Mexico; so, just to play it safe, we chose to visit the South Carolina coast instead and stay ahead of the spreading calamity, thereby insuring our day-long drive would not be an exercise in futility.

6/16/10 A TRIP TO THE COAST
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Death Rain? Blackberry Plants
Dying In Panama City, FL
Author Unknown
6-16-10
The rose bush from last night after the rain…

PHOTOS OF BLACKBERRY BUSES AFTER RAIN

6/16/10 BLACK BERRY BUSHES AFTER RAIN IN FLORIDA
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