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General News    H3'ed 2/20/16

"Black Sludge" Pours Out Of Texas Town's Faucets Days After FBI Arrests Nearly Every City Official

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Oily black liquid is coming out of residential faucets in the rural Texas town of Crystal City, and no one is sure who to alert. That’s because twelve days ago, the FBI arrested all but one the top elected officials in town for their involvement in an illegal gambling ring and immigrant smuggling. The murky water force local schools to close early on Thursday, a decision made by the school district Superintendent Imelda Allen. “There’s not really anyone in charge to oversee and to make people aware of the condition of the water. So I wasn’t going to wait for anyone to call me from City Hall. I know that leadership is not present at the time,” Allen said.
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