The Administration That Poisoned the Children of Flint Michigan

January 20, 2016 in Crime and Courts, Events, Health and Mental Health, Kids At Risk Action (KARA), Politics and Funding, Public Policy, The States by Mike Tikkanen

20130107-can-mozart-boost-brainpowerIt’s hard to believe that a political administration could go so far in negating the value of a city’s children as just happened in Flint Michigan.

Since April of 2014 Flint children have been poisoned with diarrhea like water infused with lead and other toxins (Flint water has twice the toxicity the EPA classifies as toxic waste) in the face of scientific evidence, political backlash and community outrage with nothing but misfeasance, malfeasance and non-feasance from the Governor’s office (all 8000 of Flints children).

Flint needs disaster relief from the EPA, CDC and Army Corps of Engineers to stop the State sponsored child abuse that poisoned the children of Flint Michigan.

Elected officials need to be made aware  that what happened in Flint was wrong and the people in charge made public, made to resign and be punished.  Sign Michael Moore’s petition on Facebook to let Michigan’s Governor know that what he has done to Flint’s children is a crime.

If Michigan State found that you knowingly poisoned your children over an extended period of time you would be guilty of second degree felony child abuse)*

Michigan Penal Code, section 750.136b:

“A person is guilty of child abuse in the second degree if…the person knowingly or intentionally commits an act likely to cause serious physical or mental harm to a child,” Michigan Penal Code, section 750.136b states. “[This] is a felony punishable by imprisonment for a first offense of not more than 10 years…[and] for a second or subsequent offense not more than 20 years.”


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Updates on Flint Michigan’s Poisoned Children below 

Rick Snyder’s leaked Emails 

Flint water crisis timeline

EPA blasts Governor’s response to poisoning crisis

Federal Investigation

Matt Damon’s View of Governor Snyder

Washington Post Coverage

New York Times Coverage

The EPA’s silent guilty role in poisoning Flint’s Children

The Flint River was rejected by Snyder’s administration as a water source for Flint in 2012 (for good reason)

Snyder’s administration aware of Legionnaires disease because of poisoned water