Message - Re: A Despicable Springfield Groundwater Coverup
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Posted by  Kevin Matthews on February 25, 2002 at 14:15:17:

In Reply to:  A Despicable Springfield Groundwater Coverup posted by David Rodriguez on February 25, 2002 at 10:44:21:

David, that is a very powerful letter.

Could you clarify a few points?

the DEQ inspector during much of this fiasco, happened to be the paper's Asst City Editor?

Who is that specifically?

A certain key Weyerhaeuser official then held a secret meeting with three of my organization's board members...

Can you explain what organization you are referring to, and who these meeting aprticipants are?

There needs to be a criminal investigation once and for all.

Thing is, criminal investigations are done by a branch of government, and you've already suggested that the big company has a strong grip on local government.

It seems to me that civil lawsuits would be a more effective way to adress the complex of problems you've described. If civil lawsuits are successful in proving problems along the lines of what you;ve described, then criminal investigations might well follow. But asking to start with criminal investigations seems like turning right into a road block.


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