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Former Coal CEO Who Oversaw Mine That Killed 29 People Will Only Face Up To A Year In Prison
Former coal baron Don Blankenship was found guilty of conspiring to violate coal mine safety standards Thursday.

Former coal baron Don Blankenship was found guilty of conspiring to violate coal mine safety standards Thursday.

Blankenship, who headed up now-defunct Massey Energy until 2010, was indicted last November on charges that he violated federal mine safety rules and health standards at the Upper Big Branch coal mine between 2008 and 2010. The Upper Big Branch mine was the site of an April 2010 explosion that killed 29 miners — a disaster that’s considered the worst the coal mining industry has seen since 1970.