Wayne Madsen Reports BP Orders Press Away from Gulf via Janet Napolitano on Alex Jones Tv 1/3

Alex talks with investigative journalist Wayne Madsen about Obama administration corruption and the BP Gulf oil scandal. www.waynemadsenreport.com BP and Coast Guard Threaten to Arrest Journalists for Covering Oil Polluted Shoreline in Louisiana Kurt Nimmo www.infowars.com May 20, 2010 The US Coast Guards motto is Semper Paratus, Latin for Always Ready or Always Prepared. In the case of BPs Gulf oil disaster, the Coast Guard is apparently always prepared to prevent the media from covering Louisianas oil-soaked Gulf shoreline. CBS journalists were threatened with arrest by BP contractors and the Coast Guard when they attempted to film the beach. This is BPs rules, its not ours, someone aboard the boat said. In other words, BP is running the show, not the Coast Guard and the government. Karl Burkart, writing for Mother Jones, reports numerous, unconfirmed reports of cameras and cell phones being confiscated, scientists with monitoring equipment being turned away, and local reporters blocked from access to public lands impacted by the oil spill. But wait, writes Burkart, isnt that a public beach? From my viewpoint, it looks as if the Coast Guard has been given direct orders to protect BPs PR interests above safety concerns over air and water quality, above the outcries of local governments in need of aid, and (worst of all) above the need for the American public to be informed about what is really going on in the Gulf. On May 7, Wayne Madsen, writing for Oil Price, reported