Several weeks ago I posted about a mysterious cattle kill in Palo Pinto County. 15 cattle suddenly died. Water contaminated with drilling toxins was mentioned in the news articles.
The owner is not happy with findings of Texas A&M
“Nobody is going to do anything,” he said angrily.
“The Railroad Commission is not going to do anything. Does it take killing a kid to get someone off their butt?” he asked of possible poisons entering other water supplies through runoff. LINK
An article in Lake Country Sun, “Problems with agencies,” says traces to barium and chloride were found in the water testing. Both are by products of drilling.
In the meantime, the Wilfong family struggles alone, fighting a bureaucracy steeped in what appears to be cronyism and big bucks.