Listen: Attorney, Director And Nick Lyon discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Thirty one developing news. The Flint water crisis prosecution team has dismissed all pending criminal cases, brought by the former special prosecutor WWE. Lansing bureau chief, Tim scuba reports over state attorney general Bill shoot. He spent about three years investigating the Flint water crisis in the role of some state employees in that problem and outcomes. The new attorney general data necessary basically that investigation was botched. He did not consider all of the evidence and therefore, all of the charges against eight people, including Nick Lyon, the former health director, and the state's chief medical officer have been dismissed quote without prejudice. Which means this does not mean that those folks are guilty or not guilty of anything. It also means they could be recharged is a new investigation is now launched by the new attorney general to get to the bottom of the Flint, water crisis. Reporting from Langston chimps deputy WJ, NewsRadio nine fifty the toughest of the charges, and the flood case manslaughter levied against the state's former health director, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Sandra. Mcneill is live and local with that part of our story. Greg, Nick Lyon charged with manslaughter for more than a dozen deaths from legionnaire. Following the switch to untreated water from the Flint river. The last death happened earlier this year. Jazz mcbride. Contacted legionaires five years ago during the height of the crisis. She was just thirty at the time and had been living in an oxygen tank ever since line was accused of not alerting the public soon enough about that outbreak. John versus has attorney. He doesn't know that people suffered and feels terrible about that. But it's not accurate to say that he played a part in that it's true that there were issues with the lottery. But those were not decisions that were being driven by the director of the department of health and even services. Now Nestle says she will continue continue to investigate possible criminal charges in the deaths from legionnaires reporting live, Sandra. Mcneill, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty"