- SKU: 19972629
- Release Date: 02/15/2012
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The leader of a the Ramapough Mountain Indians takes on one of the biggest auto-makers in the U.S. after discovering that Ford Motor Company has purchased a large plot of their land for dumping the toxic waste. In 1955, Ford opened the nation's biggest auto manufacturing plant in Mahwah, NJ. In the decades that followed, the factory produced thousands of automobiles, as well as the unwanted byproduct of toxic paint sludge. When that waste was subsequently dumped in the forests and derelict iron minds near the Ramapough Mountain Indians' homes, their leader Wayne Mann made the decision to hold both Ford and the Environmental Protection Agency accountable for their blatant negligence and disregard for the health of the local population. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi