Families of Coal Mine Explosion Victims Fight for 'Justice'

Four years later, coal boss film about the disaster reignites fury.
3:00 | 04/04/14

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All across America. These families. Would -- to these people. To not forget the -- -- that we will. We -- don't and American -- On the eve of the fourth anniversary of the explosion at upper big branch mine that killed 29 miners. ABC news gathered ten of their loved ones in the middle of -- country. Together they watched for the first time a film released four years after the disaster by Don Blankenship. The former CEO of Massey Energy the company which owns the mine at the time of the deadly explosion -- The film argues the fire in the mine was caused by -- natural gas leak that could not have been prevented. It's -- -- strongly at odds with what state and federal investigators found. And a federal report concluded. If basic safety measures had been in place there would have been no loss of life at upper big branch the families strongly reacted. Only thank Don Blankenship is -- -- do exist real. There's -- -- -- his image up again. It's not just -- can't believe that he's doing it. He's just what forever earn prizes in that. Curtain -- -- -- -- It right on -- that we it -- this and Ian. And they bring get that right wing. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It's the Fayette. Yeah as they try to -- -- He wants to be in the spotlight. Right at a time when -- families -- grave and he wants to agree there. Not -- this home. -- -- -- -- Now the families are trying to get their voice is heard demanding the government quickly bring criminal charges against Don Blankenship. We are -- and felt like things. He hasn't had nothing. -- -- years and I know more what I want to here's. Court doll that's months. It's forty years let her look efficient led driving that truck and -- in the eleventh day of job. Like to remember the last few days I have of my son. The last few hours. Well that's all you think about you know it's constantly -- your mom what's happened to your -- one. We do not quit confident that -- that college. It was in the fame he's warm and fast and nobody wants to freaky. Whatever Don Blankenship does. If this. All these families. He just like in this time. He just might in this stand together harder and firmer and more -- fight longer and order. He might have more Manning. -- got more flight.

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