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Illegal dumping of lead/arsenic into waterways by SeaSoft

Discussion in 'Scuba Related Court Cases' started by shoredivr, Dec 14, 2018.

  1. Lizzardia

    Lizzardia Angel Fish

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    Good luck in court! It is a pity that I can not help, but I hope that justice will prevail.
     
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  2. Bruce Justinen

    Bruce Justinen Dive Equipment Manufacturer

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    SO, thank you to all of those who have supported SEASOFT over the last 6 months. It has been rough. People tend to believe what they read and even worse it gets picked up and distorted and even fabricated.

    We did pollute a gravel area that was 25' X 15' X 1' deep but we had
    UNDERCURRENT ON-LINE MAGAZINE state and I quote, "...SEASOFT just dumped it, allowing it to eventually seep into the once-pristine waters of Puget Sound, as well as into aquifers."

    Does a 25' x 15' x 1' deep gravel area sound like Puget Sound AND its aquifers? I have included a picture of the area in an enclosure.

    Anyway, what I am so happy about today is that in approximately 10 days we will be filing a lawsuit against the Washington State Department of Ecology for libel and defamation because they released their sensationalized and mostly fictitious Press Release
    even though they knew the truth. I look forward to our day in court.
     

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