Sandra Bullock Has Doubts About The Intentions Of The Gulf Restoration VideoAugust 1st, 2010 - 7:56 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work
August 1, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): Sandra Bullock’s spokesperson Cheryl Maisel has demanded that Bullock’s part in a video on the Gulf oil leakage be edited till it is established that the clip has not been prejudiced by an alliance of oil businesses. The video in question is an advertisement for public service. It has been divulged that this advertisement, Be the One, has been created by an organization, Women Of The Storm (WOTS), headquartered in Louisiana. This advertisement has been financially supported by America’s Wetland Foundation (WF). This foundation is purportedly linked to oil businesses such as BP, Shell and American Petroleum.
Anne Milling happens to be the originator of WOTS. She has asserted that the WF supplied specialists and data. However, Anne has revealed that the video was not subsidized by oil businesses.
The website, DeSmogBlog, had referred to the advertisement as a move by the oil industry to acquire backing for drilling and taxpayer cash to patch up the marshland harm generated by the BP oil spill.
Bullock had granted her consent to come into sight in the clip to endorse an appeal. The appeal urged the American elected officials to design a wholly financed restoration plan to assist the recuperation of the besieged Gulf Coast.
The Daily Express has cited Cheryl Maisel as uttering in a declaration that Bullock was initially spoken to via her legal representative to be a component of the advertisement. The advertisement was intended to advance knowledge of the oil leakage in the Gulf of Mexico. Maisel has voiced that Bullock was never made conscious that any association, oil corporation or otherwise had authority over the communication of the advertisement.
Maisel has vocalized that Bullock will actively participate in endeavors that will generate understanding and will assist the troubles of the Gulf region.
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