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More than 700 people in West Virginia may be suffering from exposure to a toxic chemical that contaminated drinking water.
Not everything is a conspiracy. Who cares if a company admitted to it? Fact is, we need water to survive, FIRST and foremost! 700 people is nothing to snarl at.
Except that this was caused by a company who messed up, and has admitted it. No conspiracy here.
- Russia Today
US House passed bill ravaging toxic-waste law - on same day as W. Virginia chemical spill
reply to post by WonderBoi
Yes, but the thread was about whether or not this was an intentional attack related to a cryptic video puzzle, and if the company in question is admitting they screwed up, then it wasn't. It was an accident, a terrible one, but an accident nonetheless.