March, 2003 worker statement:
"I transported all the chemicals for VECO, VRCA, Exxon - 'bioremediation' project - I was the captain!"
"No appropriate protective gear"
Lots of time around the chemicals, too
We, the crew, caught halibut and filleted them
right beside the large tank of Inipol EAP 22,
so we all ate Inipol.
the vessel "M/V Columbia in May of 1990
made its own fresh water from the water that we shared with Inipol, we drank it?
My girlfriend & I had a deformed baby (born dead) in 1993
I've been lied to.
Exxon said Inipol 22 could be spread on toast like Honey.
There was no effects,
or so they said.
I'm in the hospital again,
low red blood cell count (had to be hemolytic anemia for a long time)
high white blood cell count
I would be happy to put an ad in the New Orleans paper. I haven't the money, though,
Any help would be appreciated. This is a newspaper I like: The Times-Picayune
Classified Ad ran 4-14-03, per Capt's request:
Exxon oil spill workers www.valdezlink.com/home.htm 1-888-853-5333
Says Capt, "Please use my name. If the workers know I am stepping forward, they will, too!"
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
When you're hanging to life by a 'thread' Those who care... please pray
Never doubt the power of prayer
- Pray for this Capt- He needs a 'new lease on life'