May 1, 2013 —
Phelim McAleer, director of the controversial “pro-fracking” documentary “FrackNation,” will speak at a screening of his film on May 8 at 7 p.m. at Sullivan West High School in Lake Huntington.
“People of Sullivan County are eagerly awaiting screening this film to separate facts from the fiction that has ruled natural gas development regulations,” said Bill Graby, president of the Sullivan Delaware Property Owners Association. “We want our rights back, and we want to triumph over the NIMBY organizations who use fear and terror to accomplish their own agendas.”
McAleer said, “‘FrackNation’ is pro-truth and pro-investigative journalism. It reveals the exaggerations and frauds that are at the heart of the anti-fracking movement and the length activists will go to reach their goal of banning fracking.”