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Amount of dumped waste unclear

February 12, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN — Crews have sucked more than 100,000 gallons from storm drains and the Mahoning River during their cleanup of improperly discharged oilfield waste, but that amount does not necessarily......

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Hippiechick

Mar-01-13 8:07 AM

trumbull, mahoning, stark, summit and portage counties already have the 3rd highest cancer rate in the united states, it will not take much to declare this a national sacrifice zone. we will all be sacrificed for the good of the gas and oil companies, your children and grandchildren will be sacrificed. it has been shown these people can not be trusted to protect the environment, the water, the land. are you willing to be sacrificed for these oil barons?

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ndirish

Feb-13-13 12:09 PM

If Al-Qaeda was caught deliberately dumping poison into our water it would be called an act of terrorism punishable by death??? Why should it be different for this scum bag??

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jonathon

Feb-12-13 9:56 PM

I'm sure Hagan will have the number of gallons dumped, if not he'll manufacture a number that will serve his agenda.

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Billdog

Feb-12-13 1:31 PM

Fine him into bankruptcy then take him to court for his lock up.

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Enigma

Feb-12-13 12:59 PM

Deregulate so guys like this can thrive!

We can trust them.

It's the Gubment that's bad....Right?

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ndirish

Feb-12-13 12:57 PM

Don't waste tax dollars putting him in jail, rather put him to death!!! Make an example out of this scum bag and the rest of the scum bags will take notice I guarantee it!!

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MrSkeptical

Feb-12-13 11:13 AM

Great reporting here... It is now known that Mr. Lupo ordered this dumping done a minimum of 6 times at a total of over 200,000 gallons. Wonder how many others are doing this. Welcome to the "Brine Valley!!!" We don't need no stinking regulations!"

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GlendaG

Feb-12-13 10:25 AM

Wonder if he is going to make restitution

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Millman

Feb-12-13 10:05 AM

Bar him from ever being able to work in this line of work forever. Fine him Millions and send him to jail for a long time. He made it bad for the rest of the industry and the one's who follow regulations.

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Zenieth

Feb-12-13 7:41 AM

Of coarse it's unclear, he only got caught once .....

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WarrenProud

Feb-12-13 5:35 AM

Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! If ever there was a scumbag who needed to be in jail, it's Lupo.

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CitizenZero

Feb-12-13 1:40 AM

Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him! Arrest him!

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