A new NOVA special about the Flint water crisis, “Troubled Waters,” deals with impact that “environmental criminals” had in worsening the crisis, a panelist at the Television Critics Association press tour said on Monday.
“At it’s core, this is a story of science and ethics,” civil engineering professor Marc Edwards said. “It’s about how the environmental policemen that we pay to protect us — civil servants, scientists and engineers — turned into environmental criminals.”
He continued: “If you look at the emails we obtained by a Freedom of Information Act request, the officials did the right thing and reached out to the appropriate people at the EPA… and unfortunately they were lied to.”

Airs Wednesday, May 31st at 9:00 pm.