Exxon Fake Twitter Account Suspended After Mocking Oil Giant’s Response To Spill

Huffingtin Post: A parody Twitter account mocking Exxon's response to spill clean-up in Arkansas has been suspended by Twitter. The account, which creators say was inspired by BP parody account @BPGlobalPR, was formed Tuesday, several days after Exxon's Pegasus pipeline spewed an estimated 84,000 gallons of heavy crude oil into residential streets in Mayflower, Ark. The parody Exxon account @ExxonCares, which HuffPost first wrote about Friday, garnered more than 600 followers and attention from Twitter celebrities......

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