Thursday, February 4, 2016


Judge Greg Mathis and Roland Martin discuss the impact of Flint, MI lead-poisoned water situation on the community. It is obvious that the pipe lines are corroded and would need replacement. Judge Mathis said that it would take about 5 to 10 years to replace the pipes and for the water to become drinkable. It has also been determined that about 10 people have died from the poison thus far and many more are sick. Health professionals will be monitoring thousands of children for the next few years, to determine the extent of damage the water may have caused. I hope that those who are responsible for this horrible situation in Flint face the full wrath of the law. What they did is unacceptable and inexcusable. The only obvious solution right now is to relocate Flint's residents. My prayer is that they are speedily relocated to a safer community. Watch the video to learn more about the situation.

Judge Greg Mathis Discusses The #FlintWaterCrisis

.@JudgeGregMathis Discusses The #FlintWaterCrisis & If Criminal Charges Will Be Filed In The Poisoning Of An American City. #NewsOneNow

Posted by Roland Martin on Thursday, 4 February 2016