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Amid Water Crisis, Suspicious Flint City Hall Break-in Declared 'Inside Job'


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Amid Water Crisis, Suspicious Flint City Hall Break-in Declared 'Inside Job'

Nadia Prupis, staff writer

An unsolved December break-in to the Flint City Hall office where files on the water crisis were being stored was "definitely an inside job," the city's police chief has told local media.

That statement raised more than a few eyebrows as Flint officials are currently being investigated for their role in the ongoing lead poisoning crisis. Three months after the burglary, there are still no suspects, and officials have only confirmed that a television has gone missing, though documents were reportedly strewn throughout the office.


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You don't think it could have been Snyder or one of his supporters do you?


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Just the DOJ letting Snyder clean house before they find a reason to file charges.
Watergate in reverse


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Definitely a new 'Water'gate, with I hope the same outcome as the last with the 'leader' resigning.