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From the Frontlines: Need Separation Between Frack and State (Video)

Editors Note:  We are happy to share another well produced video by activist journalist Jay Wilcox from Urban Disaster Records.  In the first video we published from Mr. Wilcox, we witnessed a silica sand dumping station just yards away from a local public school, and as you can see in the video, sand from the dumping station is littered all around the school grounds, which means that lighter particulates have the potential to travel further and maybe able to cause health problems.  In the second video we are publishing, Jay Wilcox interviewed a notable and early fracktivist John Trallo.  Last fall, John was a victim of arson – most likely because of his opposition to the natural gas industry – when his front porch was set on fire.  Luckily no one was injured and his home didn’t sustain that much damage.  

 

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Former Environmental Science Major at Kutztown University. Current assistant editor of the Raging Chicken Press and living in Harrisburg pursuing journalistic opportunities. You can send tips to [email protected] and reach me on twitter at @RCPress_Sean! Contact: Twitter | More Posts

2 Comments to From the Frontlines: Need Separation Between Frack and State (Video)

  1. Awesome series! Keep ’em coming and let’s make the world see how rotten and corrupt and toxic this industry is!

    • You can thank Jay Wilcox for the videos. We’re just helping Jay and Scott Cannon – who does the Marcellus Shale Reality Tour – get their videos out to a broader audience. And please help us facilitate that process!

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