Hugh Kaufman,  Senior Policy Analyst for EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response sounds off on what he calls the BP Coverup
on Democracy Now with Amy Goodman.
One thing seems clear:  Kaufman is fed up with our Government’s decision to cover for BP.  He may be risking his job at the EPA in going on the air nationally.  I believe this is the first time a senior Gov’t Analyst has gone on record to criticize the Federal Government’s behavior in aiding in the Coverup.  Now that this Coverup story is breaking out we should see much more of it in the major media.  BP can’t run, nor hide….
Here’s a video of the interview:

If you are short on time, start the video at 2:45 for the start of the interview of Kaufman

Hugh Kaufman has been at EPA since the Agency was created in the early 1970s, as an engineer, investigator and policy analyst. Prior to joining the EPA in the beginning of 1971, he was a Captain in the US Air Force. He helped write all the Federal laws regulating the treatment, storage, disposal, and remediation of solid and hazardous waste. He has been the Chief Investigator on numerous contamination cases, including Love Canal and Times Beach.

In 1976, when he was Chief Investigator on Hazardous Sites, he came up with the idea for a major Government Clean-up Program called Superfund, that was enacted in 1980 –

Kaufman has tremendous credibility….