No minute trace of marijuana involved? Phfft! Nothing to see here. Move along.
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Guys we don't need an EPA the free market will take care of th-
One of you will end up here next!
There are a couple of things I found interesting in this article beyond what has already been stated.
It would seem that the Montorsis had been using cyanide for some time now, being on their 2nd business dealing with the stuff. I think it would be safe to assume that they would have had to have disposed of it prior to this event. We know they tried to have it picked up and it was refused. I am jumping to a conclusion here but I would think that might have been how they had disposed of it up to that point. If they had been disposing it for years in a different manner why would they suddenly change now and when it didnt work why then still not revert to what had been working for years? It would appear to me that the city or trash people or someone changed their policy and that was that.The Montorsis own a coin and precious metal business, Kennedy Mint Inc., on Pearl Road. They previously owned a metal-plating company at the same location that used cyanide, Dettlebach said.
Reading this thread it would appear as if these people went and dumped the cyanide into the river. That is not what happened.
Montorsi dumped the stuff in the sewer quite possibly expecting that it went to waste water treatment plan and not just emptied into a river. He may also have assumed that sewage is already toxic and adding this would do no harm. The reason I am pointing this out is because his intent is important. If this man was trying to destroy a river, kill the wildlife or even poison a water supply then he deserves prison or even death. However, if his intent to dump it into a sewer was for it to go to a treatment plant and he honestly didn't figure any harm would come it is not the same thing. I think this man's motive needs to be considered and it doesn't appear as though many are. It would seem like a moderate fine and community service directly involved in the clean up would be appropriate.Montorsi rolled the drum to a storm sewer, punctured the side of the drum with a spike and let the contents drain into the sewer.
So, possible....but very, very unlikely.
If the husband did intend to poison the river, do you think he should get prison time? Or does his age move you to say "naw, that's too harsh"?
I am not factoring his age at all.