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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Watch www.tripledividefilm.org, the true story of fracking in PA

MSC spokesman Steve Forde had this to say about Promised Land: "This film is purely a work of fiction and is not reflective of the work our industry undertakes, all done within an aggressive and effective regulatory framework."

Watch www.tripledividefilm.org, the true story of fracking in PA, and you decide if Mr. Forde is right.
TRIPLE DIVIDE: A film by J.B.Pribanic & M.A.Troutman
tripledividefilm.org
Triple Divide is a documentary film of Public Herald ’s investigations into public health & safety, regulation, human rights, and environmental impacts due to shale

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

a case of he said she said... some do a good job fracking overs give it a bad name.. If the gas company would just pay for the damage they do to some folks it would probably go over a bit better than what it is. Just my thought.

Anonymous said...

A case of he said... they did the research. You can pay for property damage, but you cannot fix contaminated groundwater aquifers.