The finger-pointing game over the still-gushing oil disaster came full circle on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Cameron International's CEO laid the blame elsewhere, telling a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee that his company, which supplied the blowout preventers that allegedly failed, created the safety devices pursuant to BP's specifications. That testimony came a day after senior executives for the three other main defendants had already blamed each other in testimony before two Senate committees.
Oil Spill Defendants Continue to Play Blame Game
The National Law Journal
May 13, 2010