He's still harping on that? This is like dragging the old Ford Pinto's exploding gas tank into a debate about Toyota. More to the point, he's attempting to make the case that another entity's guilt/responsibility in a remotely similar incident years before somehow mitigates the presently spotlighted entity's guilt/responsibility.
And a name change would be unacceptable to km because it would be perceived as an unspoken admission of guilt — if not a blatant demonstration of deep shame — which must never ever, heaven forbid, be allowed to occur, lest it dent BPs shining armor, and km's irrational nationalistic denial.
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