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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Spill / A Discussion (Part I) #970269

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 14, 2010
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(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the test of the new cap on the leaking oil well in the Gulf of Mexico introduced; details given about the silence & lack of transparency from BP about what is happening; June 23 letter from Representative Ed Markey to BP about critical issues; inset live feed of the oil leak shown. [July 1, on PBS, BP's Bob DUDLEY†- says in the coming weeks we will put in a bubble caption or use a verbal way.]

(Studio: Chad Myers) How the oil is coming out from a different hole in the cap & what psi numbers will mean reviewed; inset video & animated diagram of the operations as the new cap is closed shown.

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's James Carville & Plaquemines Parish president Billy Nungesser about the oil spill. [CARVILLE - says the government should make BP do it: turn over the information.] [NUNGESSER†- says a lot of thing have been happening in the Gulf: jobs for the commercial fishermen, new skimmers; states the need for berms.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Myers, Chad

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