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... BP would have taken full responsibility, paid it and moved on.The ONLY reason BP is trying to cast off blame is because of the magnitude of the thing.It's like "rule of law" only applies in the "big" cases.The transocean employees on that rig may have had opinions but the decisions were BP's to make. BP had been making them on that rig since it was first built and they started leasing it.S
If the BOP had done its job, none of this would have happened.... who's fault is that?I own my car but if the break fail due to a mechanics bad work or a mfg defect, they'll be paying.
someone's gotta monitor the blow out preventer.....duh....BP was ignoring the guages on the BOP and the specialists from RIG telling them NOT to use SEAWATER and BP IGNORED THEM.....BP=BANKRUPT TURD TO BE