Brad Pitt Considering Death Penalty for BP
Actor Brad Pitt says that he would consider the death penalty in dealing with the BP executives responsible for the massive gulf oil spill.
In Spike Lee’s new documentary, If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don’t Rise, Brad sat down for an on-camera interview with the famed film director. When asked about how to deal with BP and their response to the oil spill, Brad had some harsh words:
I was never for the death penalty before. I am willing to look at it again.
Spike’s documentary looks at Louisiana five years after Hurricane Katrina. The BP oil spill occurred while Spike was already filming in Louisiana and the events following the spill are featured heavily in the new film. Watch the trailer below.
Following Katrina, Brad launched Make It Right, a charity focused on creating 150 affordable and sustainable homes in the Lower Ninth Ward for those displaced by the 2005 hurricane. Brad and his partner Angelina Jolie have been heavily involved with New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. In addition to Brad’s charity, the two bought a home in New Orleans.
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