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Trial set for local business owner

January 4, 2013

A New Matamoras business owner accused of dumping well wastewater into a Monroe County stream is set to stand trial in Feb. 11. Robert ....

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alchemy

Jan-05-13 2:11 PM

they've had communist appointed federal judges in ohio and elsewhere since Clinton.

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JoshBrown

Jan-05-13 11:46 AM

He needs break out his check book because they are going to nail his butt to the wall . He will be lucky if he walks away with a fine and not jail time.He will be the " Case " that the governor can show around that they are tough on Fractal Drilling

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alchemy

Jan-05-13 12:08 AM

probably gold in the water too which is also toxic but bariun sounds so much more awful. Neither are likely at unnatural levels or they would have said so. It's the kind of little game all government enforcement agencies play.

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alchemy

Jan-04-13 11:56 PM

Nevermind that there was probably no actual pollution, just something they could deem illegal since spitting on the ground in commission of business can also be construed as a felony. Who needs business in america anyway.

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CeeJay

Jan-04-13 4:26 PM

Parent - first off, the Little M never gets closer than about 5-10 miles (through WN) to New Mat proper. Secondly, it runs TO the Ohio in the middle of Reno (where I like to fish, while there still ARE fish there). Thirdly, the point is that these materials are the SAME ones used in rodenticides, and my FAMILY in New Mat is concerned about this, as am I, but the town seems to be nothing but a dumping ground and nobody gives a ****

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ramon05

Jan-04-13 3:21 PM

This a true story that mr damon is protraining ohio and west virgina are in a heap of trouble

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gonefromMOV

Jan-04-13 1:38 PM

Ramon5: Does your thinking process extend beyond Hollywood disaster movies and paranoid conspiracy theories?

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hunted1

Jan-04-13 12:42 PM

This has nothing to do with fracking, it was a crime, and Mr Armstrong will more than likely be convicted.

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hunted1

Jan-04-13 12:40 PM

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parentinthedistrict

Jan-04-13 12:20 PM

**smart, I was in a hurry to type that :-) I Couldn't wait to say my piece ...

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parentinthedistrict

Jan-04-13 12:14 PM

CEEJAY you showed us all how smat you are (not really) oh it's Just New Mat? Where does the Little mUskingum run to? DUHHHH where did you go to school?Keep your stupid remarks to yourself about my town!

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Harleyrider

Jan-04-13 11:56 AM

ramon05, the movie is financed by big oil....big oil from the mid-east. Now why would they want to show our drilling here in a bad light? What possible reason could they have? lol

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ramon05

Jan-04-13 11:36 AM

Mr matt damon has a movie coming out that tells the truth I couldnt find it on my cable dish channel pay for view probaly big oil companys having it blocked down here dont want us to here the true story

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TheTruthShallSetYouFree

Jan-04-13 11:26 AM

This is a prime example of why the practice of fracking MUST be watched and regulated and individuals like this that continue to ignore those regulations MUST be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Yes this was only 800,000 gallons of water and the barium and sodium levels was low, but multiply this by 100 occurrences or more as the oil and gas development in our area grows and you have a real problem.

Those of you who make jokes about this issue, like ramon05, either choose not to recognize the seriousness of this problem or do not possess the mental capabilities to understand them.

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Rankinrocks

Jan-04-13 10:08 AM

Sagacity - illiteracy aside, I think folks DO get ramon's attempt at facetiousness

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CeeJay

Jan-04-13 10:03 AM

What a waste of money, just because a little barium and sodium got in some water. It would be no different than if he had dumped rat poison in. Waste of our money it is. AND it's New Mat. I dont think they'd notice anyway

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BobEredics

Jan-04-13 8:56 AM

So many people are peeing in the ocean. Lets combat the pollution of the minds of our children.

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mattelliott

Jan-04-13 8:26 AM

LOL ramon05 They are really raking in the cash at 2000 per year. At that rate, they may break even in 20 years.

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living

Jan-04-13 8:15 AM

Tsunami in Ohio....that is good stuff, tears in my eyes from laughter...

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sagacity

Jan-04-13 7:51 AM

I don't think everyone can see the tongue planted firmly in your cheek, ramon.

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ramon05

Jan-04-13 5:21 AM

the rich keep getting richer they say these well drilling cause earthquakes which in turn can cause tsunami here in ohio

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