Dimock Plantiffs Warned by Judge to Keep Their Yaps Shut

Borrowing an old Washington, DC inside joke about Chuck Schumer, the most dangerous place in Scranton, PA is standing between Dimock resident Scott Ely and a television camera. As we told you yesterday, two Dimock families finally made it to their day in court to accuse Cabot Oil & Gas of contaminating their water supplies (see Dimock Trial Starts Today – 2 Families Try to Shake Down Cabot). What was the first thing Scott Ely, one of the landowners, did? On a lunch break, Ely and the other plantiffs headed straight for the reporters to attempt to influence the jury pool with a storyline of being bullied by a big, mean corporation. After lunch, the judge warned the plaintiffs’ attorney that the plaintiffs were not to run their yaps outside of the courtroom…

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