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We object to the FDA Claim that chemical dispersants have a low potential for accumulating in seafood and do not pose a public health concern
Attorney Stuart H. Smith, representing the United Commercial Fishermen’s Association, the Louisiana Environmental Action Network, public and private entities, and citizens harmed by the BP oil catastrophe, today issued this statement:
“Independent analysis by toxicologists dispute FDA claims made in the last few days that chemical dispersants used by BP during the oil catastrophe may not accumulate in seafood.
LOL I know! MSNBC and CNN did some coverage of this same topic, CNN's actually covering the Gulf more than most. Seriously if MSM doesn't hop OUT of bed with politics/govt then we're screwed. Anyway, good on them for not whitewashing this mess.