Who's Stealing Los Angelenos Water Supply?

Since 1913, the Owens River had been diverted to Los Angeles, causing the ruin of the valley's economy. By the 1920s, so much water was diverted from the Owens Valley that agriculture became difficult. This led to the farmers trying to... Read more
Since 1913, the Owens River had been diverted to Los Angeles, causing the ruin of the valley's economy. By the 1920s, so much water was diverted from the Owens Valley that agriculture became difficult. This led to the farmers trying to destroy the aqueduct in 1924. Los Angeles prevailed and kept the water flowing. By 1926, Owens Lake at the bottom of Owens Valley was completely dry due to water diversion Read less
Los Angeles, CA ( Local)
May 17, 2018
Submitted by: whiterabbit331
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J.J.

May 17, 2018

I believe that the water department is drying up the land so it can be bought at a reduced price and that Mulwray was murdered when he discovered this plan.

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Noah Cross

May 17, 2018

Either you bring the water to L.A. or you bring L.A. to the water. People have been asking if I'm the type of respectable business owner LA should utilzie. 'Course I'm respectable. I'm old. Politicians, ugly buildings, and whores all get respectable if they last long enough.

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Evelyn Mulwray

May 17, 2018

Despite my husband Hollis's affair, he was a very good man and would never illegally reroute water for his own profit over the great citizens of Los Angeles in which he cared so much for. Yes, he was a business partner of Noah Cross my notorious father. But he was his own man and one not susceptible to corruption.

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