Greater creativity was going to have to be spun in order to find something - anything -except the oil, chemicals, and corexit for the blame. Moby Solangi
While researching Moby Solangi, we learned about a 2005 incident that sparked rageamongst Richard O'Barry, Marine Mammal Specialist, One Voice-France's MiamiOffice. In his online statements, O'Barry writes:
Solangi has captured more than a hundred dolphins in US waters, particularly inMississippi Sound. These victim dolphins have been sentenced to a miserable life in seacircuses, amusement parks, the US navy and other captive dolphin facilities. Some of thecaptured dolphins were rented to zoos in the United States, such as the Oklahoma CityZoo. The Zoo's dolphin exhibit was finally closed when animal protection organizationsexposed the high death record. It is therefore ironic to see how the media is nowportraying Solangi as a heroic figure who actually cares about dolphins.
Pretty strong words from a fellow recognized Marine Mammal Specialist, who obviouslyhas researched his claims, and does not trust the proven track record of Solangi, based onthe historical record of his "accomplishments".So let's look at NOAA. We've got the head of the organization, Dr. Jane Lubchenco, amarine ecologist. Here she is trawling off the coast of Pascagoula, Mississippi obtainingsamples of fish and invertebrates for biological testing at the NOAA-FDA SeafoodInspection Laboratory back in May of 2010. Yes, the same person who, along with theFDA declared the seafood in the Gulf "safe to eat", even when independent testingproved otherwise. She'll talk about weather stations, catch shares, how diligent her comrades are down in the Gulf, but she's a product of the same bought and paid for BPenvironment that has governed all the "yes men" that seem to be programmed to deliver