Southeast Texas Record: BP didn’t know what Juneau knew

In the birthplace of Huey Long and Edwin Edwards, you have to expect corruption on a grand scale. Even in Louisiana, however, the shenanigans associated with the BP oil spill settlement smell like a putrid swamp.

In most states, in a case of this magnitude – with so many claims and so many hundreds of millions at stake – the judge and the claims administrator would be expected to be nonpartisan, dispassionate and objective. our-view

Even in states with laxer standards, if there are any, the judge and the claims administrator would be expected to maintain the appearance of nonpartisanship. Not so in Louisiana. Read more...


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