Heated Argument on Rig Hours Before Blast – WSJ.com

Heated Argument on Rig Hours Before Blast – WSJ.com: “Mr. Harrell hasn’t testified and declined repeated requests for comment. Donald Vidrine, listed on Transocean’s documents as BP’s ‘company man’ on April 20, couldn’t be reached. Mr. Revette was among the 11 workers who were killed.

Mr. Vidrine was supposed to testify Thursday but dropped out, citing an undisclosed medical issue, according to a Coast Guard spokeswoman. Another top BP official who was scheduled to testify Thursday, Robert Kaluza, declined to do so, asserting his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, the Coast Guard spokeswoman said.”

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