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EPA obstruction case, please!
« on: June 15, 2017, 04:16:30 AM »
In August 2015, an EPA crew inexplicably dug out the rock and rubble “plug” to the long abandoned Gold King Mine, triggering a massive blowout that flooded the Animas River with 3 million gallons of acid mine drainage and, according to the EPA, over 550 tons of metals.

Had the EPA actually been doing what it claims it did, the disaster would never have happened. However, it seems the EPA could not allow its reputation to be tarnished with the truth.

The EPA has put forth the fiction that its crew had simply removed backfill that was blocking access to a mine tunnel, but did not disturb the natural plug that had formed in the tunnel’s opening that was holding back a sea of acid mine drainage.

Time to drain this EPA swamp - pull the plug on the entire department, end it.

Some grossly negligent acts can be criminally prosecuted under provisions the Clean Water Act—a measure the EPA has used against private parties in the past. Additionally, New Mexico has already brought a lawsuit seeking damages.

Further, the EPA’s dishonest actions after the fact likely provide even more impetus to continue the deception.

Lest you forget the Radical Liberal who kept covering this up:  Gina McCarthy needs to be put on the stand, with all the false documents.

And we're reminded of Flint MI., where manslaughter charges are being brought against city officials - it's time these so-called eco-friendly regulations that get waivers for killing bald eagles (wind farms), and spills like this destroying an eco-system they're sworn to protect - apply the LAW to the EPA.

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« Last Edit: June 15, 2017, 05:27:31 AM by walkstall »
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