Pg&e Pleads Guilty To 84 Counts Of Manslaughter Tied To Deadliest Wildfire In California

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    In a landmark development that marks a victory for California citizens trying to hold the state's largest and most politically influential utility accountable, PG&E pleaded guilty to 84 felony counts of involuntary manslaughter on Tuesday afternoon. The guilty plea marks the end of an investigation into the origins of the Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive in California history.

    Roughly 18 months ago, we reported on the surreal scenes coming out of the town of Paradise, California, which was swiftly swallowed up by flames as the NorCal 'Camp' Fire. That fire eventually became the deadliest wildfire in the state's history, killing at least 84, including dozens of Paradise residents who couldn't escape in time. The fire spread so quickly, many elderly residents didn't even have a chance to run.

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    Never expected this.......admission.
     
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    What difference does the admission make? Nobody is going to jail. PG&E simply ended it's legal battle and can now move on with's it's rolling power outages. Any lost revenue will be made up by higher utility rates. This is just another magicians misdirection. Plead guilty, pay fines, raise rates and continue marching on.
     
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