Monday, November 22, 2010

Tampa Bay Agencies Refuse to Report on FINGERPRINT MATCHED LAB REPORT and on possible OIL on their BOATS!

These were boats parked in the back of the Fish and Wildlife Building in SE St. Petersburg, Florida stained with a reddish, brownish, orangy type of sticky substance that I viewed up close. The pictures were taken by David Curtis on November 16th, 2010 right before dusk at approximately 530PM and right before Trisha Springstead, RN, David and I walked into the Sierra Club Oil Spill Forum that was starting at 6PM.

Per an email from MOTE to someone else inquiring about the 173ppm test from a sand sample taken from Sarasota Beach on September 22nd, 2010 and FINGERPRINT MATCHED to oil/crude from the Macondo Well on November 8th, 2010:

There was discussion between Mote Marine, Sarasota County, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the U.S. Coast Guard, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and DEP regarding the complaint, the interpretation of the lab results from the initial sample and the credibility of the lab that the resident sent the samples to. Considering the elapsed time since the alleged event occurred and current data indicating that oil from the Deepwater Horizon incident has not travelled near Siesta Key, the consensus was that additional sampling was not warranted at this time."

THIS SAMPLE WAS FINGERPRINT MATCHED! From a lab that even the local media reporters in Alabama use.
(Bob Naiman's ACT Lab in Alabama). Must be credible!
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Marine Research boats have what looks like oil, crude, contaminants as seen by these pictures. When is someone going to tell the TRUTH?


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