Editor’s Note: The following video is from Jay Wilcox of Urban Disaster Records. In his latest video, Jay Wilcox features Samantha Brown an 18 year old resident of Beaver County. In the video, Samantha talks about how fracking is affecting the younger children in the area, and she shares her worries with having frack-wells surrounding her community.
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4 Comments on From the Frontlines – Samantha Brown talks about the Children in Shale Country
I didn’t have time to read this story but I’m going to comment anyway.
If fracking is as bad as you say it is, why aren’t you convincing people of it? I hear it’s about money all the time, but if fracking was so dangerous and so harmful, why hasnt the EPA done anything? Either the fed or state EPAs have authority to shut down fracking ops and since it would criminal to suppress any evidende about the harmful effects of fracking, it would be a vast criminal conspiracy to allow fracking to continue. On a side note, when you make a movie like the HBO Special on fracking where the guy set his kitchen sink water on fire, leaving the viewer to assume that it’s a result of fracking when it was not; you do not portray credibility.