Read the entire article by clicking here."They want me to sign a gag order, but I am not going to do it. They should not get away with this," she said.She and attorney Grace Hoffman are still trying to reach an agreement with Global.Putorek believes she owns both the mineral rights and surface rights to the land, as she said several natural gas companies have contacted her about signing a lease. Despite the chance to gain thousands of dollars from signing a deal, Putorek said she is not interested in leasing. She also signed no agreement to allow the company to test on her land.Putorek said she contacted the Belmont County Sheriff's Department, the Ohio attorney general's office, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and local fire department officials to see what could be done when she found the charges Aug. 7."Nobody knows what to do about it. It does not seem to be under anyone's jurisdiction," she said.
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