"We've not been made whole. Our fishing grounds have been depleted, our oysters are dead, and we're not receiving the funds we need to support and sustain ourselves," he told reporters. "BP says they are paying out all this money. Where is it?"
As he headed to a demonstration at the Louisiana state capitol by a coalition of fishermen over the oil spill wrecking their livelihoods, Byron Encalade, president of Louisiana Oystermen's Association, said he thinks "there is a degree of responsibility on all parties."
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