Levin: EPA Agents Try to Swindle Navajo Indians After Gold King Mine Disaster

Levin: EPA Agents Try to Swindle Navajo Indians After Gold King Mine Disaster

river-taintLast Wednesday, a small EPA work crew, claiming to inspect the “Gold King” mine, which sits on the Navajo Nation, “accidentally” knocked a hole in a waste pit, releasing at least 3 million gallons of toxic waste into the Animas River, which eventually feeds into the Colorado River. ┬áThe EPA, attempting to limit their liability, has been visiting individual Navajo homes, encouraging them to sign away their potential rights, many they have approached do not have English as their primary language.

Listen to Mark Levin explain the full situation in short the clip on the next page:

 

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