Flint, Michigan, bureaucrats could be charged with manslaughter for mass poisoning of population with toxic lead

Friday, February 19, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan A. Huff
Friday, February 19, 2016

The Michigan Attorney General’s office will likely have to petition the state legislature for some hefty cash to investigate the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan, where some nine local residents have died from polluted water. According to reports, those responsible for the disaster could face criminal charges for negligently poisoning the city’s residents with lead and other toxic substances in order to save money.

A special counsel has been established to determine who is at fault and to press charges against them, as this once local crisis captivates the nation. Sources say charges all the way up to manslaughter are “not far-fetched,” and that the proper course of action will be taken to make sure the culprits are held fully responsible for their crimes.

“We’re here to investigate what possible crimes there are, anything to the involuntary manslaughter or death that may have happened to some young person or old person because of this poisoning, to misconduct in office,” stated Todd Flood, special counsel for the state Attorney General’s office investigating the Flint water crisis.

“We take this very seriously.”

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