I think it is time for a little honesty from the Unified Command.

The Golden Ray has been half submerged off St. Simons for over a year with who knows how much fuel, oil and caustic chemicals on board.

We have a massive crane ready to go that is probably costing someone around a million dollars a day since it left Houston, Texas, several months ago. Epworth is rented out and is housing a massive crew of well paid experts associated with the salvage operation. Who is paying for all this and who is personally responsible for a massive environmental disaster that might occur? I am afraid it will be the U.S. taxpayer.

Mike Kellar

St. Simons Island

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