Today, plaintiffs attorneys rested their case in the third DuPont C-8 case, in which plaintiff David Freeman of Little Hocking, Ohio is seeking to hold DuPont accountable for causing his testicular cancer with C-8 in drinking water. Since June 1, plaintiffs attorneys have presented evidence to the jury regarding DuPont’s knowledge of the hazards of… Read More

Here is a statement from Dr. Paul Brooks, advisor to Keep Your Promises DuPont, regarding Rep. McKinley’s call for Congressional hearings: “We welcome Rep. McKinley’s call for Congressional hearings on EPA’s C-8 guideline, which rightly showed Vienna and communities across the country that our drinking water is contaminated with harmful levels of C-8. “The guideline… Read More

Citron Research came out strongly against DuPont in a report this afternoon, detailing the many flaws of the Chemours spinoff: Click here to read the report. None of this information, including the conclusion that Chemours is headed for bankruptcy, comes as any surprise to us. Bloomberg, CNBC, Barron’s, and others have since picked up on… Read More

Today, members of Keep Your Promises DuPont attended the first day of DuPont’s next C-8 trial brought by David Freeman, a Little Hocking resident who alleges that DuPont’s C-8 contamination in drinking water caused his testicular cancer. The jury heard opening statements in the case, and both sides outlined the arguments they will undertake over… Read More

May 29, 2016 — Parkersburg News and Sentinel Chemours’ pledge to pay for the installation of filtration systems in Vienna is a step in the right direction that will protect thousands of residents from harmful C8 exposure. While we at Keep Your Promises DuPont recognize that fact, we must also recognize that there is still… Read More

May 26, 2016 — By JESS MANCINI VIENNA – A connection between the Parkersburg and Vienna water systems will be completed today, the mayor of Vienna said Wednesday. “That’s what they’re telling me,” Mayor Randy Rapp said. The linkage, while previously discussed, was prompted by the release last week of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s… Read More

May 24, 2016 — By Evan Bevins VIENNA – Schools, businesses and residents are adjusting to the “do-not-drink” advisory issued for city water last week after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency lowered its recommended lifetime exposure level to C8. A water distribution station for Vienna water customers in Boaz opened Monday, and Vienna Mayor Randy Rapp… Read More