Get your fracking story straight

Documentary clears up misinformation about industry, filmmaker says

A 78-year-old woman identified as Martha appears in “FrackNation,” as co-founder of a grassroots group in Dimock, Penn. called “Enough Already”. “The people in Dimock had enough of the misinformation about the water in this area. There is no environmental wasteland. The water is fine,” she is quoted as saying in the film.



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A 78-year-old woman identified as Martha appears in “FrackNation,” as co-founder of a grassroots group in Dimock, Penn. called “Enough Already”. “The people in Dimock had enough of the misinformation about the water in this area. There is no environmental wasteland. The water is fine,” she is quoted as saying in the film.

The creators of a documentary that takes aim at what is described as willfully spreading misinformation about hydraulic fracturing bring their road show to the Avalon Theatre tonight. The…




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Hhhmmm….wonder who paid for this film to be produced?  Fine, let them frack in her backyard…not here.  I like clean groundwater, thanks.

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