Michigan’s top medical chief will be tried on three criminal charges related to his handling of the Flint water crisis, including two charges of involuntary manslaughter for the deaths of two elderly men who died from Legionnaires disease amid the water crisis. Nick Lyon, who continues to serve as director of Michigan’s Health and Human Services Department, is the highest-ranking public official to date to be charged in connection to the Flint water crisis. According to the Associated Press, Michigan District Judge David Goggins said Mr. Lyon was “corrupt” in his handling of the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak that sickened at ... Read More
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