Johnson Co. prosecutor says floodwate...

Johnson Co. prosecutor says floodwaters didn't damage cases

There are 1 comment on the WISH-TV 8 Indiana News story from Jun 25, 2008, titled Johnson Co. prosecutor says floodwaters didn't damage cases. In it, WISH-TV 8 Indiana News reports that:

Prosecutors and others who work in Johnson County's legal system don't believe this month's flooding has threatened any of their cases.

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dshacks

United States

#1 Jun 25, 2008
No amount of insurance can make up for lost materials, legal documants, art objects, antiquties and such. The only way to protect these things is to move them to the mountain top or provide floodwater barriers that work.

Emergency barriers of sandbags are ineffective and have an exorbinate cost to build and redeploy. Better options are provided by new barrier systems like the ones seen on www.floodwalls.com

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