I’ve been reading through the transcript from the Texas Railroad Commission’s hearing to consider whether Range Resources caused or contributed to the contamination in the Lipsky well.
It’s not like Range didn’t already have a deck stacked in their favor. Commissioner Elizabeth Ames-Jones had a conflict of interest and should have recused herself.
I found something interesting on page 24 of Mike Middlebrooks’ testimony. This testimony was given under oath and Middlebrook should have known better.
I posted it on EarthBlog. (link fixed)
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It’s common knowledge that oil company executives lie–and often!
Andy Mechling says
Thank you Sharon. This is most interesting.
Not only does this Middleburg character obviously perjur himself; but the Range attorney who posed the question- one Andy Simms- must have also known at the time that this was blatant perjury. Nice work. I think they still hate you.
If they hate me, then I’m on the right side. 🙂