His theory rests in the law that when behaviour is so egregiously negligent that it equates to reckless indifference, the criminal law, including manslaughter statutes, may apply:
We have — when we look at this case, we have to treat BP just like they‘re a person, just like me or you and we were in trial. When I‘m trying this case, the first words out of my mouth is we‘re dealing with a convicted felon that killed 15 people and injured 170 in Texas because they were wanton and reckless. And they haven‘t changed.(MSNBC, Ed Show). He was in reference to another case where 15 died. There is an article in a Texas newspaper that supports the notion that BP of MOMCOM has not changed:
Meanwhile, the rest of the world bases our country's image on their history with us. But, because we have such a mythic view of our own history, we are continuously stunned and shocked when other countries fall out of our orbit or attack us directly. And nowhere is our misunderstanding of past events greater than in the Middle East.(BP - No Stranger To Disaster, emphasis added). The "oil disaster" this article is in reference to is when MOMCOM's CIA and BP (big petroleum) got together and began to abuse the nations and people of the Middle East, converting them from what we then called "allies" into what we now call "enemies".
So: On what date did America go from being seen as the protector of the people in the Middle East, the great balancing partner against the former colonial powers' oppressive treatment, to their seeing us as potentially their biggest problem?
That date would be August 19, 1953, and it too was a direct result of the worst mismanagement of an oil disaster in British Petroleum's history. But, unlike today's Gulf oil spill, which in 60 years won't rate even a footnote in the history of oil, we still deal with the reverberations of BP's oil disaster of 1953. After all, we helped them create it.
Yes, MOMCOM turned them against "us", but like cocaine "she don't mind, she don't mind" because the war industries make out like bandits anyway.
A million deaths have happened since that "oil disaster", but much more is to come if we follow the criminal insanity of MOMCOM.
UPDATE: Evidently our concern that the "dispersants" designed to weigh down the oil so it could not be seen was accurate.
Giant tar conglomerations miles long and miles wide have been discovered underneath the surface.
Also as we feared and predicted, the dead zone of zero oxygen and zero life is beginning to expand.