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Coal Baron Don Blankenship (Liable In Death Of 29 Miners) Claims That He’s A Political Prisoner

Most of you reading this are probably know who Don Blankenship is. If not, it’s probably enough to say that he was the CEO of a large coal company, and that he was convicted (following the death of 29 coal miners in an explosion) of willfully violating mine safety standards. Despite the “accident” occurring several years ago, he [&hellip Coal Baron Don Blankenship (Liable In Death Of 29 Miners) Claims That He’s A Political Prisoner was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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