We want criminal prosecution of BP Management for the 11 Deaths on the Horizon Oil Rig.

A BP manager made the call and ordered drilling to continue over warnings and on-rig operators objections to stop. We want those BP Managers arrested and charged with federal crimes. We want BP managment arrested for murder.

The Deepwater Horizon Explosion and Destruction of the Gulf Coast demands Criminal Investigations and Charges be brought against BP, Transoceans, Halliburton, controlling parties, conspirators, investigators and managers involved.

There is a growing International movement looking to the United States Government, it's Citizens and the United States Department of Justice to deliver a message that Corporate greed of money and profit will no longer trump Life itself, dominate our economy or continue with immunity from criminal prosecution.

The National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling Report for the President has been released. The beginning of the official report begins:

"This report is dedicated to the 11 men who lost their lives on the Deepwater Horizon rig on April 20, 2010 and to their families, in hope that this report will help minimize the chance of another such disaster ever happening again."

Jason Anderson, Aaron Dale Burkeen, Donald Clark, Stephen Curtis, Gordon Jones, Roy Wyatt Kemp, Karl Dale Kleppinger, Jr., Blair Manuel, Dewey Revette, Shane Roshto, Adam Weise.

The report finds:

? The explosive loss of the Macondo well could have been prevented.

? The immediate causes of the Macondo well blowout can be traced to a series of identifiable mistakes made by BP, Halliburton, and Transocean that reveal such systematic failures in risk management that they place in doubt the safety culture of the entire industry.

? Deepwater energy exploration and production, particularly at the frontiers of experience, involve risks for which neither industry nor government has been adequately prepared, but for which they can and must be prepared in the future.

? To assure human safety and environmental protection, regulatory oversight of leasing, energy exploration, and production require reforms even beyond those significant reforms already initiated since the Deepwater Horizon disaster. Fundamental reform will be needed in both the structure of those in charge of regulatory oversight and their internal decision making process to ensure their political autonomy, technical expertise, and their full consideration of environmental protection concerns.

? Because regulatory oversight alone will not be sufficient to ensure adequate safety, the oil and gas industry will need to take its own, unilateral steps to increase dramatically safety throughout the industry, including self-policing mechanisms that supplement governmental enforcement.

? The technology, laws and regulations, and practices for containing, responding to, and cleaning up spills lag behind the real risks associated with deepwater drilling into large, high-pressure reservoirs of oil and gas located far offshore and thousands of feet below the ocean?s surface. Government must close the existing gap and industry must support rather than resist that effort.

? Scientific understanding of environmental conditions in sensitive environments in deep Gulf waters, along the region?s coastal habitats, and in areas proposed for more drilling, such as the Arctic, is inadequate. The same is true of the human and natural impacts of oil spills.

The parties involved in this disaster followed a path of profits. Profits over proper equipment, profit over needed maintenance, profits over responsibility and profits over life. BP, has more industry fines and violations than any other corporation in the World. BP plead guilty to Felony charges and was fined the largest OSHA fines in the history of the organization in the Texas City plant explosion that murdered innocent employees do their jobs and injured hundreds of workers. BP management knew the possibility of these disasters existed and to date, have made no changes in safety or in the effort to change the attitude that caused the Texas City explosion. This is just one incident and there are many, many others. This is a Felon Corporation moving into the Gulf, killing 11 more workers and destroying and altering the natural processes in the entire region on both sides of the shorelines.

I am begging the American people to step up and decide that WE, as a people of this great country, can not allow this injustice to life and this process of immunity towards Corporations that reap destruction wherever they go to continue. Please sign this petition. It is time to make these companies and men pay for their decisions and their actions, as we would any conspirator, criminal or murderer.

We, the undersigned, expect our United States Department of Justice to hold all parties involved to the fullest extent and pressures of the Law. This includes those that participated in the corruption that changed the Minerals Management Services, those inspectors that conspired, promoted and profited from the MMS internal changes, and the engineers, managers and senior principle officers that over saw the Deepwater Horizon Rig and the destruction of the Gulf Coast Region. We expect the DOJ to conduct a strict investigation and those involved to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.