Mich. Prosecutors Drop Charges In Flint Water Investigation, But Promise New Probe

Flint Michigan Water Tower Through Chain Link Fence
NPR.org

June 13, 2019

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that all criminal charges against eight city officials were being dropped in order to begin a new, broader investigation into the high lead levels in Flint drinking water. In her statement, she alludes to future charges possibly being brought against them, even though the current charges have been dropped.

“I want to remind the people of Flint that justice delayed is not always justice denied and a fearless and dedicated team of career prosecutors and investigators are hard at work to ensure those who harmed you are held accountable,” Nessel said.

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