Investigator: Workers Changed Reports, Hid Data In Flint Water Crisis

An investigation into emails revealed that DEQ employees were involved with altering reports that showed dangerously high levels of lead in the water after the source was changed to the Flint river in April 2014.

FLINT, Mich. — A special investigator for the Michigan Attorney General's office said six state employees who were criminally charged Friday hid and manipulated data last summer that showed a change in drinking-water sources was poisoning people here. Liane Shekter-Smith, Adam Rosenthal and Patrick Cook worked for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality; and Nancy Peeler,…


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