Thursday, March 14, 2013

Hey lookie lookie

Halliburton "finds" some additional evidence relevant to the BP trial just laying under the couch cushions or something.
On Tuesday, BP provided its own response, detailing Halliburton's repeated refusal to give the company's investigators samples of the cement, and outlining the repeated delays that resulted in the federal sample testing being done 16 months after the accident.

Godwin said Thursday that the additional material was found Wednesday at a Halliburton facility in Lafayette.

Godwin said the company "properly turned over" other samples from the Macondo cement blend in responding to a subpoena early in the investigation. He said the additional samples were "kept in the lab, up on shelves, segregated from everything else, they have not been touched. They have been sitting there."
Nothing weird about that. 

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