A catastrophe is happening at Louisiana's giant and expanding 9-acre "Bayou Corne Sinkhole" where oil, methane and radioactive material has been tapped, yet Big Energy's Gov. Jindal remains silent, hiding it from the nation and the world.
The La. sinkhole 1-mile by 3-mile salt dome collapse zone goes down 10,000 feet.
It is linked into the Gulf of Mexico by a chain of salt domes on fault lines providing access for chemicals to migrate.
(See: Explosive Methane Fault Migration: Gulf to La. Salt Domes?)
"The pipelines through the area carry ethylene, used to put people asleep for operations," Save Lake Peigneur rights worker Glo Conlin wrote to Deborah Dupré Tuesday morning. "They busted thru the Aquifer that supplys fresh water to millions."
Hundreds of people have signed a petition initiated by Alicia Heilig asking Gov. Jindal to expand the mandatory evacuation zone near the sinkhole. These pleas have been dismissed, the human right to security violated.
Conlin asserts, as does the video below, "The Louisiana Gov, Bobby Jindal is hiding this disaster."
(See: Nation tells Jindal to expand La. sinkhole evacuation area and Sinkhole residents demand Gov. Bobby Jindal meeting)
In the book Vampire of Macondo, this reporter writes:
“When you see a guy like Governor Bobby Jindal out there and he’s talking about trying to pick up the oil from the Deepwater Horizon, but the first thing he wants to do is keep drilling,” Greg Palast said when interviewed for The Big Fix. “Where is he getting his money?”
“This moratorium does nothing to reduce our energy needs in this country,” Jindal said at a July 20 Cajun Dome rally in Lafayette to admonish the Obama Administration for the drilling moratorium ninety-two days after the oilcano erupted. 'This moratorium is bad for our security, bad for our economy.'"
Messing with Big Energy is also bad for Jindal's wallet.
"By 2010, Gov. Jindal had taken $645,935 from oil and gas companies. (Vampire of Macondo, 2012)
Mainstream media also is hiding this disaster.
The video (below) is entitled, Sink Hole: Urgent need for National Exposure.
"The buck has to stop somewhere," the video commentator says.
Human Rights news reporter Deborah Dupré is author of "Vampire of Macondo, Life, crimes and curses in south Louisiana that Powerful Forces Don't want you to know," 450 pages packed with censored stories about the BP-wrecked Macondo Prospect in the Gulf of Mexico that continues causing hidden catastrophic human and environmental devastation.