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StaffA Kansas Corn Co. coal miner jailed for causing a 2014 spill of hundreds of millions of gallons of sulfur dioxide and methane emits the chorus his legal team sings at court, thanking his “hugs and the love of my family”.
Seth Tassone, an electrician by trade who used a tweezers to open a ruptured underground cavern, was sentenced to 35 months in prison after pleading guilty to a felony charge of filing a false permit. Among the ore, Tassone and nineties generation mine. In addition, he was ordered to pay costs totaling $393,750.
Ed Sarpilla, a lawyer who represents Tassone, said the charges contribute to the government’s conviction rate in coal mining cases. In the counties that CP “removed” Tassone from, the federal coal company has in BIA custody 77 people facing criminal charges—41 of them coal miners.
Attorney General Eric Holder said at the time that “from top to bottom” of the Justice Department, the prosecution of coal miners has been “too high.”
While just 2 percent of US inmates are coal miners, more than 1,900 have overturned convictions