“First Energy, which operates the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power plant, has consistently misrepresented to the public structural defects in the building that shields its reactor.
“Their latest fable is that cracks in the circumference of the shield building were caused by a snow storm that occurred – – in 1978.
“In 2002, FirstEnergy covered up information about a hole in the head of the reactor that jeopardized the safety of millions of people, for which they were fined $28 million dollars.
“FirstEnergy caused the blackout in August 2003, which put 50,000,000 people in the dark, because they were too cheap to hire people to trim trees.
“Can they be believed when they claim a snow storm 34 years ago created cracks that appear today? Are buildings all over northern Ohio falling apart today because of the blizzard of ’78? Or is this just another in a series of desperate lies used to keep a plant going that should either be shut down or massively repaired?
“How long before FirstEnergy’s 34 year snow job is fully exposed?”