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Originally posted by DaarkSyde2012
reply to post by cerebralassassins
There are links to this video as well as others, I found it again from someone in this thread who already posted a link, just check the thread again I am sure you will find it,actually here it is.
www.cbc.ca..." target="_blank" class="postlink" rel="nofollow">http...://www.cbc.ca/shift/2011/12/12/alberta-woman-says-water-contaminated-by-fracking/
For three and a half months, over a 111 day period, from sometime in
January to April 27, 2010, Apache fracked continuously, day and night,
an apparently unprecedented total of 274 fracks, averaging 2 and a
half (2.5) fracks per day. The machines never stopped running, the din
of the giant diesel engines kept blasting their high-pitched frequencies,
far more annoying than the resonating vuvuselas at the 2010 World Cup
in South Africa that the world’s audience kept complaining about. John Crum, Apache’s
Officer and President of
North America, reported