Natural Gas Drilling
A 59 year old western Colorado resident describes her illness since Natural Gas drilling started near her home.?I got big bumps on my elbows, like tumors. There were knots all over my hands, and I started burning inside and out. I couldn?t walk, the bottoms on my feet would burn so bad. I had big blisters inside my mouth. I lost over fifty-three pounds. I ended up with a precancerous tumor on my cervix and another tumor that was pressing on my optic nerve. The neurons in my spine are going in different directions and I started talking with a foreign accent. I had no idea at all what was going on; I find out now it?s because I drank the water.? ?The Barrett [Resources Corporation] employees told us our water was okay to drink, but you?d fill up a glass of water at night and put it by the bed, and in the morning it would have like an oil glaze on the top. You?d turn on the faucet sometimes and it was fizzing like soda water. I always thought the gas company knew what they were doing. I figured that the government and all those agencies were out there protecting people.?Published: November/December 2008
Natural Gas Drilling
Cory France is an employee for Halliburton who became sick on the job. While in and out of the hospital for a couple of months he was fired with no explanation. Halliburton did not pay his hospital bills, and he received no severance pay.Published: November/December 2008
Natural Gas Drilling
A western Colorado resident who lives near natural gas drilling. She has respiratory ailments and have hummingbirds with tumors on the side of their heads feeding regularly off her back deck.Published: November/December 2008
Deutsche Bank whistleblower Eric Ben-Artzi
Deutsche Bank whistleblower Eric Ben-Artzi.