Flint, Michigan is pressing charges again the people responsible for the Flint water crisis. Lead poisoning has seeped into the water supply of Flint because water corrosion control chemicals were not added to the water. In 2014, when the crisis began, Flint switched their water supply from Detroit to the water from the Flint river.
Flint, Michigan is finally getting its retribution. Six state employees were criminally charged, this morning, in connection with the Flint water crisis. It appears that the town of Flint is finally throwing out its ‘dirty water.’
Three of the convicted are employees for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Corinne Miller, Nancy Peeler, and Robert Scott, as well as, Liane Shekter-Smith, Adam Rosenthal, and Patrick Cook of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
The two lead attorneys who were handling the investigation, Attorney General Bill…