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Shale Shyster Tries to Raise Money from Shale Suckers

Shale Shyster Tries to Raise Money from Shale Suckers

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Shale shyster tries to raise money from shale suckers
Shale shyster tries to raise money from shale suckers

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Published by: James "Chip" Northrup on Apr 24, 2013
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April 23, 2013Dear Friends, Coalition Leaders, Landowners and Natural Gas Supporters,Contributions for our lawsuit against New York have been coming in steadily but westill need additional funds before we can move forward with the litigation. We heardfrom some of you who held off on contributing, hoping that a final decision mightcome from the Governor by April 12, 2013. Instead, all we received were moreexcuses and further confirmation that our property rights have already been taken.On February 8, 2013, the NYS Health Department Commissioner said he would befinished with his health review in a “few weeks” - that was over 2 months ago!On April 22, 2013, Fred Dicker of the New York Post said: “Sources said Cuomo hadalso told associates that he’s decided to put off a final decision until the end of nextyear because he wants to get through his 2014 re-election campaign without beingharassed by anti-hydrofracking protestors who have dogged him during severalpublic appearances.”On April 14, 2013, New York Magazine reported on an interview with GovernorCuomo. The Governor asked what if a “child falls into a well casing?” “I don’t wantthe liability, frankly, and I don’t have the knowledge.” So much for decisions basedon science and facts. If the Governor had ever visited a well site, he would know thatsuch an accident is impossible.On April 19, 2013, Susan Arbetter asked the Governor what his economic planswould be if HVHF is not approved. The Governor suggested that he will rely onyogurt to lift upstate New York from poverty. He said “Economic development nolonger works on a big bang theory, have to develop a thousand economic flowers.”For some reason our Governor does not understand that yogurt economics will notsave New York. From former Secretary Hillary Clinton to Governor Jerry Brown toPresident Obama, all of our nation’s leaders, except Governor Cuomo, recognizethat shale gas is a game changer for our country's economy.
 The SGEIS was ready to be released Labor Day 2012 until politics took over again.In July we will have been waiting to realize the benefits of natural gas developmentfor 5 years. By all indications, New York has already made its decision to depriveNew York landowners of our constitutionally protected property rights.It’s time to stand up for our rights.Attached you will find information about our lawsuit against New York State. Thiscase is not about individual gain. It is about the people of this state holding ourgovernment accountable.Please consider sending any donation you can afford to the "Landowner DefenseFund". I cannot emphasize enough what is at stake for us all. Our mineral rights willbe lost if we cannot win this struggle! Thank you for your assistance with this important endeavor.Warm Regards,Dan Fitzsimmons, President Joint Landowners Coalition of New York, Inc.
 The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York Is AcceptingDonations for a Lawsuit Against New York State
Donations are now being accepted
by the Joint Landowners Coalition of New York for its lawsuitagainst New York State for a constitutional taking of our property rights under the United States andNew York Constitutions.
 Donations for the lawsuit can be made payable to “
Landowner Defense Fund
” and mailed to (please tearoff the lower half of this page and use it for mailing purposes)
PO Box 2839Binghamton, NY 13902
Attention: Landowner Defense FundDonations can also be made by credit card by visiting the Landowner Defense Fund section of the JLCNY’s website at www.jlcny.org 
 The JLCNY is a 501(c)(6) non profit corporation. Contributions or gifts to the Landowner DefenseFund through the JLCNY are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.--------------------------------------Cut here and send l to support this fund-------------------------------- YES! I wish to contribute __________ to the Landowner Defense Fund.Name________________________________________________________________________ Address:______________________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip_________________________________________________________________ Phone:_______________________________________________________________________ Email: (optional) _____________________________________________________________ 
(my phone and email address will only be used to communicate information or updates on the progress of the lawsuit and not for anyother purposes, and will NOT be shared with any other organization.)
I am a landowners in the County(s) of, ___________________________________New York
Enclosed is my check in the amount of $____________________________________________ Make checks payable to:
Landowner Defense Fund
Mail checks to:
PO Box 2839Binghamton, NY 13902
Attention: Landowner Defense Fund
I have made a donation on by credit card on the JLCNY website in the amount of $___________________

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