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Farmer indicted on pollution charges


August 28, 2009
By Clint Confehr | Marshall County Tribune

Aug. 28, 2009 – "Hundreds of thousands of gallons" of hog manure were allowed to
pollute the water sources of four Marshall County homes by a Bedford
County hog farmer, according to the district attorney who on Monday
explained criminal charges issued by the Marshall County grand jury
last week.

Aug. 28, 2009 – "Hundreds of thousands of gallons" of hog manure were allowed to
pollute the water sources of four Marshall County homes by a Bedford
County hog farmer, according to the district attorney who on Monday
explained criminal charges issued by the Marshall County grand jury
last week.

"I had liability insurance," Charles Edward "Charlie" Haskins, 61, of
1066 Haskins Chapel Road replied Monday night when asked about the
indictments and nearby residents. "They signed off on it (an agreement)
and they were happy and they (his insurer) took care of it. I don't
know where they get vandalism from spreading manure. I hired a company
that's reputable in spreading it." | READ MORE


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