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Hi friends, happy Thursday!
Welcome to episode one of the Dark History podcast. woot! Today we are going to talk about DuPont and their shady ass, just saying. I appreciate you for coming by, and tune in next week for more dark history.

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00:00 Quote
00:13 Introduction of Dark History
01:40 Today’s Story
02:50 Wilbur Tennant
04:20 Wilbur’s Cows
06:08 DuPont
08:50 Rob Billet
09:07 AD 1
11:39 Robert Billet’s Firm
13:12 Lawsuit against DuPont
14:12 DuPont’s study
15:00 EPA
16:30 PFOA
19:45 AD 2
22:21 PFOA & poisoning
26:24 Billet’s brief
28:00 AD 3
29:23 Toxic Chemicals
31:37 The Settlement
33:58 AD 4
35:07 PFOA’s affects
37:44 Chemours


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