An hour after BP workers were told they had to shift from Destin, Florida to another location and to not discuss anything with anybody, human body parts washed up where they had been working.
Gregg Hall reports that a former BP worker contacted him under agreed anonymity because the contractor wanted to ease his conscience. The interview is below.
“I want it understood I’m doing this because there are some things that need to be told, need to be said. I’m not doing this for publicity. I don’t want publicity,” the worker told Hall.
“There are some things some people haven’t heard.”
“At first, we weren’t allowed to dig at all.”
Then, workers were not allowed to dig deeper than 6 inches.
“One hour after we were shifted out [of Destin, Fl], body parts started washing up,” he said. “There were hands, arms, feet… a leg and a foot.”
He then told Hall that there are lots of things people do not know.
The worker confirms that large, deep trenches were being dug. He explains in one incident, a 15-foot deep, 20-foot wide hole was dug and berm put around it. The workers were not allowed to know what went into it or other trenches before covered with sand.
“We were told at that time, ‘Don’t say anything to anybody if they ask questions.'”
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