As BP winds down capping the oil leak and the finger-pointing intensifies to determine "who shot John" in assigning blame for the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, a new and highly interesting fact has come to light. The Food and Drug Administration's and the state of Louisiana's tests on shrimp and fish from the affected area have found but traces of toxic substances, posing no hazard for human consumption.
J. KARL MILLER: Planet managing Gulf oil spill just fine
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