If there’s a continuum between “poor judgment” on one end, with “negligence” in the middle and “gross negligence” on the extreme end, I would assume that BP exercised a series of poor judgments that ended up biting them in the backside.Perhaps BP isn't a purely bad actor, but as Mark Sappenfield of the Christian Science Monitor points out, they've made a lot of gaffes since the incident happened. That means they haven't done themselves many favors in trying to accurately explain the gravity of the spill, because they keep getting caught up in public relations disasters.
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