CBS released a 5 minute excerpt of my 30 plus minute Dimock interview. See http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7396738n&tag=mncol;lst;2
This interview is certainly better than the 5 seconds or less that appeared in the original CBS story about Dimock. It, of course, is still highly edited and so only begins to address the basic point that pollution at Dimock was methane migrating but was not fracking fluids returning from depth. CBS includes a portion where I emphasize that drilling and hydraulic fracking are separate phases of developing a well and where I say the problem involved gas migrating.
This posting does not have me saying, as I did, that the pollution at Dimock was not frack fluids returning from depth. That would have contradicted the original story's narrative.