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USF study: Diseased fish show dissolved oil from BP spill as far south as Sanibel

A survey of the entire Gulf Coast by University of South Florida scientists found more fish -- including tilefish  -- suffering from skin lesions in the area where the oil spill occurred than anywhere else. (Including Sanibel and Fort Myers)

BP: If you are really trying to find fraud - look in the mirror

BP has created a ticker for its State of The Gulf website entitled "Fraud Tally for Gulf Oil Spill Claims." This ticker is visible on the home page of the website, which I believe was created by its aggressive and defensive PR machine to skirt paying the people of the Gulf for their grievances related to the 2010 disaster.

Even after BP's change of heart, claims settlement process rolls on

MOBILE, Alabama -- The strange mix of circumstances surrounding BP's oil spill claims process have gotten even murkier lately as the British oil giant began buying ads in newspapers decrying the process rife with fraud.

Study: Deepwater Horizon Oil Causes Heart Damage in Tuna

A new study has found that a chemical in oil from the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill causes irregular heartbeats in bluefin and yellowfin tuna that can lead to heart attacks or even death. The researchers believe that similar impacts may have affected a broad range of species in the wake of the Gulf oil disaster.

The BP oil spill and a federal judge's family tree: James Varney

The deeper one ventures into the legal thicket surrounding the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the more gnarled the underbrush becomes. In at least one instance, a prominent Louisiana legal family is involved at myriad levels.

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