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Sandra Bullock pulls out of oil spill campaign

HollywoodNews.com: Sandra Bullock was recently a part of a campaign aimed at helping the wetlands due to the recent oil spill, but now she’s not moving forward with the project due to some of the companies that are involved.

According to TheCelebrityCafe.com, Bullock recently found out that the “Be the One” campaign and video is presented by the foundation Women of the Storm who are funded by oil companies, including BP.

As a result of this news, Bullock is seeking to withdraw her commitment until she can get more information about the partnership between the foundation and the oil companies.

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One Comment

  • August 2, 2010 | Permalink |

    I guess that makes sense. If the oil companies can get the public to demand the government fix the problem, it let’s the oil company off the hook.

    If this works like any of the other spills I’ve heard about the oil company will tie it up in court for 20 years + appeals etc..

    Apparently these spills happen a lot, recently I have heard of spills in the Gulf, China, Africa’s Tanzania and Nigeria’s 50 year battle with 11 million gallons spilling per year and Kalamazoo River, a new one in Louisiana and remains of drilling in Ecuador. You’d think there would be some sort of plan to clean these up developed with as many of them that are happening.

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