Gas company asks to resume drilling in Dimock, Pa.
An energy company has asked to resume drilling in a northeastern Pennsylvania town where 18 residential water wells were polluted with methane gas and possibly other contaminants.
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#1 Oct 19, 2011
Who can deny?
That fraud is bought and paid for everyday!
By Dwight Baker
It is wise to refuse to believe anything seen or heard in the American Press until fully checking out--- best as you can.
Thus BEWARE believing hypnotic lies that are in fact an act fraud.
Then whom can we trust? I rather believe my fellow sovereign citizens for in each of their stories the truth will unravel and in turn expose the liars.
Then one must question how does a Net Work or a newspaper often quoted survive telling the truth?
MY TAKE that is their problem, how about you?
More from those that OCCUPY could answer our questions about the abject fraud that has gone on. In each of them their personal stores will work all of us closer to understanding where the truth ends and fraud begins.
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