Since the probes were announced, there has been little publicity about the ongoing inquiries.Which is partially explained by the fact the media itself is on the hot seat; Bush is no longer the president; and there were no blond spies involved in this caper.
Meanwhile, the Arkansas Attorney General is going to investigate the Exxon oil leak in Mayflower, AR, which has been used by the media as an example of why the Keystone Pipeline is evil because it was transporting Alberta heavy oil. This is good, in case the pipeline was sabotaged by someone. After all, who knows until they do an investigation?
Let's see, a train carrying shale oil derails in Minnesota on March 27; then two days later a pipeline carrying shale oil ruptures in Arkansas on the 29th; and today an explosion at a coal fired power plant in Georgia. Coincidences probably, although these accidents represent two modes of transporting shale oil and a coal plant, aka a 'death factory' probably fed by 'death trains'. Keep in mind certain zealots in the radical environmental movement have been indicating it's time to move in a more radical direction. State/Obama is still considering Keystone and there were protests outside Obama's fundraiser today in San Fransicko by environmentalists. Just sayin.