Visitors to the coastal communities of southern Louisiana report an eery silence.
The people are still there, but they’re not talking.
It’s been made clear to them that their only hope of economic salvation – now that the fishery that provides 30% of the US seafood has been destroyed – is clean up work.
And that work is controlled by BP.
«Talk and your lifeline is cut.»
Here’s one person willing to talk…
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