Amity and Prosperity - Part 2, Burden of Proof – Section 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 – Rainbow Water. One day, Beth and John’s daughter Ashley is riding her new horse when he refuses to cross a nearby stream. As she is trying to lead him across, Ashley notices that it is bubbling, and that there is a rainbow-colored sheen on top of it. Investigators are called, and contaminants (including oil and grease) are found. Meanwhile, investigation reveals that Carla Suszkowski, one of the executives of Range Resources in charge of defending against the lawsuits, has gone against EPA directives and ordered that the holding tanks at the Yeager site be flushed, in order to prevent their contents being examined and tested. In doing so, more contaminants are driven into the area’s water. When EPA inspectors arrive and inspect what little they are allowed to see, they find no evidence of contaminants in the...

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