Thursday, July 1, 2010

Hurricane Alex pushed oil onto the beaches at Gulf State Park on Wednesday, June 30, 2010.

Oil hits Gulf Shores: June 30

Well it looks as through Hurricane Alex is giving us all a little taste of how its going to be this Hurricane season. Even though its miles away closer to Mexico the effects of that storm are showing there signs here in Alabama ,USA

The devastating effects this oil spill has had on its people and the econemy will be rebounding over & over again as there is a unlimited amount of oil that will keep coming & coming for months and months if not years.

I myself am personally effected by this being a Alabama resident I know the pain my neighbors are all feeling.

Groups file suit, accuse BP of violating Endangered Species Act

MOBILE, Ala. -- A coalition of animal rights and conservation groups filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday, accusing BP of violating the Endangered Species Act and other federal laws.
The lawsuit contends that through "controlled burns" in the Gulf of Mexico -- which involves oil being corralled by boom and then lit on fire -- are fatal to endangered sea turtles, according to a news release announcing the federal suit. The creatures are unable to escape the boom and are then "burned alive," Animal Welfare Institute President Cathy Liss said in the release.

The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana by AWI along with the Center for Biological Diversity, Turtle Island Restoration Network and Animal Legal Defense Fund.
"While cleaning up the catastrophic oil spill is critically important, so too is doing it in a way which doesn't destroy wildlife in a flagrantly unlawful manner," Liss said.

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