Monday, November 8, 2010

6 Massey officials decline to testify in investigations into US mine disaster

Comment:  Pleading the 5th means this they are guilty of muder of 29 people, for coal sent to China! 

By The Associated Press (CP)

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Six Massey Energy officials, including the company's top safety officer, are refusing to answer investigators' questions into April's West Virginia mine disaster.

According to documents obtained by The Charleston Gazette under the West Virginia Freedom of Information Act, the officials invoked their constitutional right against self incrimination and will not appear for interviews.

Among them are Elizabeth Chamberlin, Massey's vice-president for safety.

The explosion killed 29 miners and is the target of civil and criminal investigations.

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