According to a resident of East Palestine, Ohio, where harmful toxic chemicals were released as a result of a train derailment, “Norfolk Southern,” an EPA-affiliated agency testing the air for toxins, asked her to sign a release to “indemnify, release and hold harmless” the parties involved from legal claims, including injury.
Three hundred forty others signed while she declined. She continued by saying that she wanted the EPA to carry out the tests rather than a third party, but she was categorically told that wasn’t an option.
East Palestine Ohio resident Katlyn Schwarzwaelder tells me the EPA-associated agency testing the air for toxins asked her to sign a contract to "indemnify, release and hold harmless" the groups involved from legal claims, including injury. She refused to sign but 340 others did. pic.twitter.com/Qh7OOB2ZRk
— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) February 15, 2023