‘Gasland’ director caught lying about ‘flammable water’

Yet another environmentalist “documentary” has been exposed as a hoax.

Josh Fox, director of a fictionalized propaganda drama smearing the natural gas industry has been caught altering key facts in his film.

“Fox’s documentary Gasland claims that fracking, a way of drilling for natural gas, has polluted water and endangered lives. One of the most alarming scenes is when he lights water that residents claim has been polluted by fracking. It is dramatic and at first glance seems like a slam dunk. I mean they can light their water – it is polluted and there is gas drilling nearby. It must be responsible.  But then a little digging reveals a few inconvenient facts. A 1976 study by the Colorado Division of Water found that this area was plagued with gas in the water problems back then. And it was naturally occurring,” acclaimed filmmaker Phelim McAleer reports.

McAleer, director and producer of “Not Evil Just Wrong,” which exposed lies in Al Gore’s fictionalized drama “An Inconvenient Truth,” cornered Fox in questioning caught on tape.  You can see the video for yourself at McAleer’s website at http://www.noteviljustwrong.com/General/gasland-director-hides-full-facts.html.

“(Fox) said he had not included these facts that questioned his alarmism because ‘they were not relevant.’ He also dropped the bombshell that I had not been aware of that there were media reports of people lighting their water as far back as 1936. Again this was not included in Gasland because it was not relevant,” McAleer reports.

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