Upon Knowledge and Belief Investigative Blogger Crystal L. Cox alleges that the Port Townsend Paper Corporation falsified bankruptcy documents, or so it seems.
It seems to me that the Port Townsend Paper Mill had to affirm, certify, as to whether they were knowingly harming the public or not, as a condition of their bankruptcy. Or if they thought this would change in the future See Attachment 1 on the document below ( Page 5 of 12).
Yet it sure seems to be that there is documented information that says the OPPOSITE. So is the Port Townsend Paper Corporation a "threat of imminent and identifiable harm to the public health or safety"? Well it sure seems that 1000 lbs of ammonia in the air, nitrates, overly alkaline water, 500 lbs of grease and oil daily is a harm to the public.
Upon Knowledge and Belief Investigative Blogger Crystal L. Cox alleges that the Port Townsend Paper Corporation did know of toxins in the air and water, and did know they were a public health risk, regardless of the politics of "National, state, and local authorities" called them out on it or not.
If in 2007 or before, the Port Townsend Paper Corporation was "aware" of any "threat of imminent and identifiable harm to the public health or safety", then it sure seems like they have committed fraud on the courts in what looks to be a MASSIVE amount of money in a federal bankruptcy proceeding.
Port Townsend Paper Mill Bankruptcy Filing
Document Signed by
Timothy P. Leybold
So did Timothy P. Leybold or the Port Townsend Paper Corporation know any possible health risk, in 2007 when they signed this FEDERAL Document? I think so, but I hope not, as that sounds like indictment to me, just sayin'.
Port Townsend Paper Gets Bankruptcy Protection, meanwhile they are rolling in the dough and seem to be flat out lying about known toxins. Well, it sure looks that way to me.
PT Holdings Company, Inc.
Port Townsend Paper Corporation
PTPC Packaging Co. Inc.