This may be a bunch of nothing – but . . . . Home destroyed in apparent explosion in New Jersey’s Hunterdon County
On the legal front, we have this from a law firm representing some from Bayou Corne –
- Larry Centola III, of Martzell & Bickford Law Firm, Appointed to Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee Handling the Bayou Corne Sinkhole LawsuitsNEW ORLEANS, LA, – On December 5, 2012, a federal judge in New Orleans appointed the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee (“PSC”) in the Bayou Corne Sinkhole lawsuit. The Court ordered that all plaintiffs are directed to act through the PSC for all issues requiring the Court’s attention. Members of the PSC have been at the forefront of this litigation since the first filings. Larry Centola III, Esq., of Martzell & Bickford has been appointed to the PSC. Mr. Centola has substantial experience and much success in representing the interests of Plaintiffs in other similar, complex litigations. The Bayou Corne Sinkhole lawsuit involves potentially hundreds, if not thousands, of victims. Texas Brine LLC is involved in the Bayou Corne sinkhole incident and was recently fined $100,000 by the Department of Natural Resources for failing to obey several safety directives the state issued Nov. 12 regarding the sinkhole in Assumption Parish. For more information about the current settlement or about the Bayou Corne Sinkhole litigation, contact one of our attorneys at the Law Office of Martzell and Bickford: (504) 581-9065.
“PANOLA COUNTY, TX (KLTV) – The owner of a Carthage fertilizer company said he complies with all mandatory rules, after the State Fire Marshal’s office reported his was one of just five facilities in the state that declined an inspection.
Anderson Fertilizer Company typically stores anywhere from 25 to 40 tons of ammonia nitrate, the same chemical stored at the plant that exploded in West in April. . . .”
Special operations troops train in New Orleans < and they scared everybody doing it
WAFB – Louisiana sinkhole swallows more trees < VIDEO
LA Times – A strong voice in Louisiana’s Cancer Alley
Wilma Subra, a diminutive grandmother, has long challenged the corporate polluters in one of the nation’s most toxic regions.
A page of great Julie Dermansky photos (don’t re-use, copyrighted)
WRKF radio show , The Jim Engster Show, has interview with Lt. General Russel Honore. (podcast)
“Jim chats with Lt. General Russel Honore (U.S. Army ret.), about the 8th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina later this week. The General was placed in charge of the response to the storm and the flood disaster in New Orleans that followed. He also talks about the 50th anniversary of the civil rights March on Washington.” He said he planned a big media event after his tour of Bayou Corne. So there must’ve been some kind of press conference. Some news should appear soon.
He will speak at Methodist University on Sept. 6th. Open to the public.