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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Brad Pitt Angry for BP Oil Spill

Brad Pitt The Hollywood actor. He is famous for His Movies. He is a action Hero and a romantic also. According to Fox News, Brad has always been opposed to capital punishment but now states that he would make an exception in this one case. During the filming of the documentary of Hurricane Katrina, to mark the fifth anniversary, directed by Spike Lee he said, “"I was never for the death penalty before -- I am willing to look at it again."
Brad Pitt was very involved in the rebuilding projects that took place in the New Orleans area after Hurricane Katrina. He made generous contributions to the Make It Right project to build 150 affordable and sustainable homes there for those left homeless.


In a documentary on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, called "If God Is Willing And Da Creek Don't Rise," Brad Pitt said that if he were in power he would want to see that those responsible for the BP oil spill be punished and he would reconsider his beliefs on the death penalty. Clearly Brad Pitt is very frustrated with the five million barrels of oil that gushed into our gulf destroying precious animal and plant life. Americans watched helplessly for 87 days, absolutely in terror, as gallons and gallons of oil per second polluted and devastated our once beautiful gulf coast waters.



42726, HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - Monday July 19, 2010. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie attend the Hollywood movie premiere of Salt , in which Jolie stars alongside Liev Schreiber. Schreiber also attended the premiere with his partner Naomi Watts. Photograph: Andrew Shawaf/ Gaz Shirley, PacificCoastNews.com

According to Fox News, Brad has always been opposed to capital punishment but now states that he would make an exception in this one case. During the filming of the documentary of Hurricane Katrina, to mark the fifth anniversary, directed by Spike Lee he said, “"I was never for the death penalty before -- I am willing to look at it again."

Brad Pitt was very involved in the rebuilding projects that took place in the New Orleans area after Hurricane Katrina. He made generous contributions to the Make It Right project to build 150 affordable and sustainable homes there for those left homeless.



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