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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Court Records Unsealed/Reveal $750,000. Settlement In Drilling Contamination Case

The story they didn't want you to read...
Drilling Companies Agree to Settle Fracking Contamination Case for $750,000

By Susan Phillips and Marie Cusick
State Impact
Range Resources, MarkWest Energy and Williams Gas agreed to settle a high profile contamination case in Washington County for $750,000, according to recently unsealed court records. 

An order to unseal the records was entered Wednesday in Washington County Court of Common Pleas by President Judge Debbie O’Dell-Seneca. Judge O’Dell-Seneca reversed an earlier decision to permanently keep the more than 900 pages of court records secret. 

In the order she stated that the drilling company’s claims of privacy rights had no merit. Read More and see transcript of case...

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

let the truth be known about these corporate criminals and the politicans who side with them

Anonymous said...

Why would they settle and impose a strict gag order? Its not their fault. Its all safe. Remember?

Anonymous said...

I'd explain to you rural rubes why you are getting exactly what you deserve,

but you'd only reply with something about this really being obama's fault

and probably something about god bless the job creators and your praying for them... so what's the point?

Anonymous said...

I think this is a perfect example of how responsible the drilling companies really are. They made a mistake, polluted someone's water well, and probably paid the landowner 5 times the value of their property. If we could only hold lawyers and politicians accountable in the same way we would have something.