Old dredge at Platinum in 2002. Photo by Dean Swope / KYUK.
The testimony of Southwest Alaska mine operator James Slade helped prove the government’s allegations of two years of federal Clean Water Act violations, a federal prosecutor argued Monday in Anchorage, according to a story from Alaska Dispatch News.
“Slade’s profit was more important than the public’s water,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Costantini said during closing arguments. Read more →
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