Manslaughter Charges Possible In Flint Water Crisis

Manslaughter Charges Possible In Flint Water Crisis

Well, before we get to the listed article, I would like to provide you with  a brief synopsis of a rather interesting article: hCollege Graduates drowning in debt refuse to give up luxuries
“Most college students today graduate with debt, ranging from mild to severe.  In most instances it borders on the severe and making these monthly payments is not an easy feat. In fact, a recent survey from Citizens Bank,  college graduates are spending a stunning  18%  of their monthly wages on student loan payments. What’s even more tragic is that roughly 60% of these students expect to be making these payments well into their 40’s. You are tempted to feel sorry for these individuals until you find out that the bastards don’t believe in cutting back.” College Graduates drowning in debt refuse to give up luxuries
The probe into the Flint water crisis could result in various criminal charges including manslaughter, Todd Flood, special counsel for the state attorney general’s office investigation said on Tuesday. “We’re here to investigate what possible crimes there are, anything to the involuntary manslaughter or death that may have happened to some young person or old person…

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