EDGE CAST VIDEO: The Sandisfield pipeline: This story isn’t over

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By Wednesday, May 11 Edgecasts  2 Comments

Click on video below for a special EdgeCast report by Ben Hillman on the proposed fracked gas pipeline through Otis State Forest in the tiny community of Sandisfield, Massachusetts. This report includes startling footage of how pipeline giant Kinder Morgan had conducted the clearing, guarded by men with assault rifles and body armor, of a working farm in Pennsylvania to make way for another natural gas pipeline:


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  1. Paula Hatch says:

    Congrats! This “EdgeCast” by Bill Hillman is extremely well done! I have posted it to my FB page and I hope it gets circulated far and wide. Am also hoping sense reigns between now and the end of July when the final decision is made.

  2. Joyce Schffey says:

    Much needed coverage, especially since the announcement in this week’s Record (May 13th) on Judge Agostino’s indecisivie ruling in favor of the Supremacy Clause, which ignores our precious and unique Afticle 97.

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