Oil Devastation in Arkansas -- Government Relents and Releases Photos to the Public [Slideshow]

After outrcies of media blackouts and Exxon running the cleanup show, today the EPA released photos of the tar sands spill that shocked the Mayflower, Arkansas neighborhood last week. Check out more of our coverage of the spill here and Exxon's response.


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