BP Plc Rig Workers Arraigned On Manslaughter Charges For 2010 Gulf Disaster : News Photo

BP Plc Rig Workers Arraigned On Manslaughter Charges For 2010 Gulf Disaster

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Robert Kaluza, a well site manager for BP Plc during the 2010 explosion on board the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, right, arrives at federal court with his attorney David Gerger in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. Kaluza, who supervised testing on the Macondo oil well, and another site manager Donald Vidrine, were charged Nov. 15 with involuntary manslaughter, seaman’s manslaughter and Clean Water Act Violations. The U.S. alleges that Kaluza and Vidrine ignored multiple indications that the well wasn’t secure before the explosion that killed 11 aboard the drilling rig. Photographer: Derick E. Hingle/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Robert Kaluza, a well site manager for BP Plc during the 2010 explosion on board the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, right, arrives at federal court with his attorney David Gerger in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. Kaluza, who supervised testing on the Macondo oil well, and another site manager Donald Vidrine, were charged Nov. 15 with involuntary manslaughter, seaman’s manslaughter and Clean Water Act Violations. The U.S. alleges that Kaluza and Vidrine ignored multiple indications that the well wasn’t secure before the explosion that killed 11 aboard the drilling rig. Photographer: Derick E. Hingle/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Robert Kaluza a well site manager for BP Plc during the 2010... News Photo 157091233Arrival,BP,Board,Courthouse,Deepwater Horizon,Emergencies and Disasters,Exploding,Finance,Fuel and Power Generation,Gas,Government,Gulf Coast States,Horizontal,Justice - Concept,Law,Lawyer,Legal System,Live,New Orleans,North America,Oil,Oil Industry,Oil Rig,Resource,Spot,The Americas,The Media,USA,WellPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2012 BloombergRobert Kaluza, a well site manager for BP Plc during the 2010 explosion on board the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, right, arrives at federal court with his attorney David Gerger in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. Kaluza, who supervised testing on the Macondo oil well, and another site manager Donald Vidrine, were charged Nov. 15 with involuntary manslaughter, seaman’s manslaughter and Clean Water Act Violations. The U.S. alleges that Kaluza and Vidrine ignored multiple indications that the well wasn’t secure before the explosion that killed 11 aboard the drilling rig. Photographer: Derick E. Hingle/Bloomberg via Getty Images