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Thu., 5 pm: UPDATE-5 Civil charges likely against Lupo (photo)

February 14, 2013

YOUNGSTOWN -- State Attorney General Mike DeWine said at a news conference this afternoon on the banks of the Mahoning River that his office will be filing a civil suit within days against Ben Lupo....

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nmcLone

Feb-14-13 8:51 PM

luv go away

fracking last forever

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NomoreCrap

Feb-14-13 4:51 PM

Is Mike Dewine on his knees or is he really that short?

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escaped

Feb-14-13 1:49 PM

Good. Maybe now Hagen will shut up and get back to trying to figure out what office to run for next.

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nortman

Feb-14-13 1:28 PM

@FamilyGuy, I agree 100%.

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Daniel

Feb-14-13 1:02 PM

The sad thing is that your going to have some workers who know what a hard days work is probably lose their jobs because of another greedy business owner that tried to save a nickle.

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Billdog

Feb-14-13 12:54 PM

The errors in this article are unbelievable. Not even misspellings, but incomplete sentences, complete wrong words, etc... Unbelievable. I read better high school news papers. I'd be willing to bet Ol' Luppy gets minimal in fines and no jail time. He'll make a mockery of the entire ordeal. It will probably cost Ohio more than it cost him.

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Billdog

Feb-14-13 11:51 AM

He'll say how sorry he is, and the reality is he is only sorry he got caught. Make him drink some of the crap he dumped, make his family shower in it and give him enema's with the rest until it is gone.

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Zenieth

Feb-14-13 11:17 AM

Hundreds of thousands of gallons. This POS has been dumping it there since day one. The bond was set too low and the Ohio EPA needs to set a point with this kind of behavior. Grand Jury? Well, lets hope that justice is fairly served for the crime that has been committed, over and over gain ..........

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Annie53

Feb-14-13 11:11 AM

A step in the right direction....that's all I have to say for now.

I am not convinced he will get what he deserves....we will see.

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FamilyGuy

Feb-14-13 10:44 AM

Set his bond to the max.

Besides the physical damages to our water and our land, this selfish jerk has damaged the image of a whole industry which we desperately need to move forward.

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doktrmuzik

Feb-14-13 10:34 AM

Darn that Obama and his regulations. He put more people out of work. When will people wise up and stop drinking his kool aid! Let the companies do what they need to do to keep America employed!

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countyresident

Feb-14-13 9:49 AM

Finally, Lupo is arrested.

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Zenieth

Feb-14-13 9:46 AM

hahahhahahahhahahaha ......... right!

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Billdog

Feb-14-13 9:33 AM

He'll get to pay a (small) fine, blow a few kisses, get a pat on the head and told to be a good boy from now on.

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