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Plea expected today in brine-dumping case

August 29, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN — A Cortland man accused of dumping oilfield brine and crude into a storm sewer, leading to hundreds of thousands of dollars in cleanup costs, could plead guilty in federal court this......

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Sep-22-13 3:09 PM

I agree that some punishment is due. " "BUT" Do you really think that we are being told the truth about the whole situation? If you believe what you read in the paper and the news then your crazy!

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Sep-04-13 10:07 AM

yes, it is too bad that he worked for a bad employer but just like the soldier who is expected to uphold the law whatever he is told, when this guy was asked to do this after dark with no one around, he should have known what to do.

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Aug-29-13 7:23 AM

What he did was totally wrong, but his boss Luppo told him to do it. If he reported it and Luppo found out, he would of been not only fired but black balled from driving for any company. When someone does the right thing for some reason, they end up not only fired but ridiculed too. Good decent paying jobs are hard to find these days, so what was he suppose to do. Luppo should be the one that pays for all this happening, not his workers.

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Aug-29-13 7:20 AM

The judge should give him the MAXIMUM sentence with the provision it will be modified if he testifies truthfully at that environmental scumbag Lupo's trial.

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