A Director of the Dept of Health admits true testing, and proves NYS DEC falsified water testing
April 7, 2017
This is a recording of Stella Martin speaking with Rob Swyder, the Director in Albany with the NYS Health Dept. It's a recording where the NYS Health dept. is admitting the true location of the water testing that the NYS DEC had deceived the neighboring residents about where the water test was actually taken. The DEC led the neighboring residents of the toxic landfill, into believing they had Finally taken a test for the water of the NYS/Nationally protected wetlands, where illegally transported, contaminated debris has been dumped directly into the waters, as the new banks of these protected waters. These neighboring residents had been battling all of the protection agencies about testing these waters, because of the clear damage the toxic debris has had on the waters, the surrounding land, and their families. These are protected wetlands for a reason, and these agencies are required to protect them, not protect an illegal toxic landfill. Even though the DEC, and NYS Health Dept. are well aware that Ms. Martin has proof of the false water testing, these agencies still continue to use these false results to deceive other agencies, reporters, or anyone that tries to investigate the situation, and contamination. These agencies have even put these false results in formal documents to this day. Even the Town of Catskill has tried to use these results to protect themselves, and this property. Why have these agencies gone so far out of the way, to Lie about testing these waters if Nothing is Wrong? There are a couple other false stories the Region 4 DEC are telling people about testing in other forms, with proof each agent tells in sworn depositions, that they did Not test? The photo attached is from a boat, in the wetlands viewing where the toxic debris has been dumped into the waters. The photo shows the death of the trees, and shrubbery only along the debris. From the wetlands, you can clearly see where this landfill ends, and begins from all the dead foliage along it. Everywhere else along the banks of the wetlands is green, and alive. There will be additional evidence showing the destruction this landfill has caused our protected waters. This contaminated debris is the new banks of these waters, and to this day it continues to sit there, and just rot right into the waters.