A Pensacola videographer documented on November 18 a power auger pulling up oil beneath Pensacola beach sand.
“Picola” Gregg Hall videoed the scene in the 100 block of Ariola Street, Pensacola, Florida saying, “You can see the oil they’re pulling up. You can see the ring down there.”
Hall, of True Reporting ( http://TrueReporting.com) comments that about 2 feet deep, “you can see a solid ring.”
“Now you can understand why I’ve been so adamant about letting these guys dig. Unless you dig down a couple of feet, you’re not going to get it.”
Hall told Dupré today that he had predicted that after Labor Day weekend and the tourist season died down, the clean-up would restart.
“The thing that is so disheartening to me is that there are people who could help us down here but they’re not. I know there are people who could help.”
Hall is among the too few Gulf Coast residents giving all to alert the nation and the world about the greatest catastrophe in he history of mankind in terms of human and environmental impact. Each day since the Gulf operation began, he has walked the beach for miles, gathering evidence proving the corporate-government lies.
Hall is also among the growing list of Gulf Coast region people experiencing “dead limbs.” His feet are now numb, one of the signs of having been poisoned by what the government says is non-existent oil on beaches.
“I have what is the highest toxicity level of anyone but nobody has contacted me – no doctor, no EPA, no CDC.”
Hall says he thinks officials do not want o know the truth and they don’t want anyone providing it.
“You’d be surprised how many doctors and scientists have been bought off to not get involved.”
Hall’s other recent documented proof of lies about human safety in the Gulf region told by government officials and the rest of the petrochemical-military-industrial-complex include:
Pensacola Beach Deep Cleaning Reveals Oil November 19 2010
Oil Uncovered On Pensacola Beach East Of Portofino November 19 2010
Pensacola Beach November 19 2010 Calling Out Ed Shroeder For Lying About Beach Conditions