BP is awaiting trial for the spill that began April 20th, 2010 with the explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. 11 workers were killed, and oil poured into the gulf of Mexico for nearly 90 days for a total of 4.9 million barrels for an environmental travesty even worse than the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska in 1989. BP has begun legal proceedings to determine liability, although they have a $7.8 billion settlement in progress with private plaintiffs.
The trial was scheduled to begin January 14th in New Orleans, after being pushed back for nearly a year already. Now it sees even further delay. U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier has rescheduled the trial to begin in February 2013. Two huge tourist occasions are filling hotels in New Orleans, where the trial will take place: Mardi Gras and the Superbowl. The judge set the trial date
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