Friday, January 07, 2011

Inhumanely treated Gulf workers vow no more silence...

Injured Panama City Gulf clean-up workers suffering grotesque human rights violations since August have vowed this week to break the silence about corporate and medical inhumane treatment they are enduring. Led by one woman, hospitalized several times, who can no longer stand alone, these workers want President Obama and the world to stand up for them, and just may have found the man to deliver their message.

Gulf Coast region people have been afraid to say anything about their inhuman treatment during this ongoing crime against humanity. They fear ruining their claims. They fear the unknown if they speak out, after having instilled in them they are to never say anything about what happened to them on the Gulf beaches according to Panama City resident and mother, Jennifer Rexford, a former Gulf clean-up worker. More...

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