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BP found "grossly negligent" in 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster

Tell BP the Gulf Coast cleanup isn't over!

Four years after BP's massive spill in the Gulf, tar balls are still washing up on the shore and fishermen say the impacts of the spill are still affecting their businesses. Hundreds of dolphins, birds, oysters, sea turtles and other wildlife are still dying. BP maintains that the clean up is not over, and that they are not chiefly responsible for the spill. That's crazy!

A U.S. federal court judge just ruled on September 4th that BP is the primary culprit of the spill and that the company had acted with "conscious disregard of known risks" and was "reckless" and "grossly negligent."

The Coast Guard has made it clear that they don't intend to let BP walk away from this mess, but they need our support to take on this immensely powerful oil conglomerate. Add your name here to tell BP CEO, Bob Dudley, to finish the job and clean up the Gulf of Mexico.

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Your cleanup of the Gulf is not over yet!

Dear Mr. Dudley,

In 2010, your company vowed that it would "make things right" after the devastating Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Yet just four years later, you claim that the active cleanup is over.

This spill killed 11 people and spewed 200 million gallons of oil into the fragile ecosystem of the Gulf of Mexico, killing wildlife and harming an entire region's economy. This disaster is not over -- not by a long shot.


Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
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