Also absent from his letter is the Class Action suit lodged against Chesapeake by investors for making “materially false and misleading statements” during a recent public stock offering.
And he skips any reference to the Court’s judgment that found Chesapeake had defrauded royalty owners in Texas out of $134 million in payments by under-reporting the amount of gas Chesapeake extracted from its lessor’s wells.
The 20 cows that dropped dead in Caddo Parish, Louisiana near a Chesapeake well also escaped Mr. McClendon’s notice.
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First, who is Mayor Calvin Tillman from DISH, Texas and why should any of us care that he spent last week in a whirlwind tour of New York and Pennsylvania communities? Three years ago, Calvin Tillman was elected Mayor of DISH, Texas, which is located in the heart of the Barnett Shale about 25 miles … Continue reading “Tillman, Janyszeski : Dimock and Callicoon”