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You probably read this headline and thought that the cause of these deaths was unfortunate and caused by the Flint water crisis. Not so fast. Immediately following a lawsuit filed by Flint resident Sasha Avonna Bell and a key witness, Matthew McFarland, the both were found dead within a week of each other. Bell, a Flint resident affected by the water crisis, filed a suit for damages related to the wrongdoings of the Flint City Council.
Poisonous Flint Water Kills Two in the midst of Investigation
McFarland was a key witness to the case, as he was a Flint City water treatment manager. Now, as the news of the deaths circles the headlines, the City of Flint is exorcising the ghosts of the water crisis by creating an immense cover-up. Just as the city tried to cover up the damages done by the water crisis, they are now trying to dispel any rumors that foul play was involved in the deaths of these two key individuals related to the lawsuit.
In March of this year, Flint officials disposed of documents needed for a key audit performed by the federal government. Though the content of the documents is unknown, it is still of suspicious nature. There is also no doubt that the content of said documents would have dealt a damaging blow to city officials, had it unveiled their knowing of the confirmed wrongdoings.
According to a news report from a local station based near Flint, a television set, containing video cassettes and tapes of possible evidence went missing. Police Chief Tim Johnson says that there is foul play involved in the disappearance of possible evidence.
As of yet, there are no confirmations as to the cause of the deaths of the two individuals, both seeking compensation in a lawsuit which involved more than 500 other Flint residents. With the possibility of criminal charges coming into play against Flint authorities, there are so many questions and motives circling the air as the pressure to uncover the truth about government wrongdoings and lies takes center stage, more than one year after the crisis itself.