On Saturday, human rights reporter Deborah Dupré interviewed Gulf survivor, Donna Digby who suffers from having been poisoned in the Gulf Operation, but is more upset about her friend and neighbor, Sunshine.
Carer of what she calls three Gulf Oil “Spill” children, Ms. Digby is indigent. Most of her neighbors are also ill. The U.S. human rights violations related to the so-called Gulf Oil “Spill” continue to intensify weekly.
Ms. Digby expresses deepest sorrow about her friend, Sunshine, now due for a double lung transplant. Ms. Digby and Sunshine learned that life expectancy after a double lung transplant is less than 3 years. This is her friend’s fate for answering the call to help clean the local beach – not as a paid worker, but as a good steward and citizen.
“They said the beaches were safe,” Ms Digby said.
Residents were told the beaches were safe. President Barack Obama said the beaches were safe.
Tourists were encouraged to vacation at the Gulf beaches. Gulf Coast residents were urged to chip in and help clean the beaches.
Now, with no health care, no income, and soon, no electricity – Ms. Digby needs a friend, an ally or an angel to chip in – to bless her and her friends – soon.
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