That is a sufficient amount of information to begin to come to conclusions about the Flint water system. One aspect of this, besides the gross mismanagement, is that utilities are big business. It is anyone's guess at this point what was occurring in back rooms. I don't see how Snyder can be trusted in any way without knowing all the facts about this.
I don't think anyone should be using this for their politics, but, there is room for an investigation to this entire episode. This is just tragic stuff. Quite frankly what did the Michigan Legislature think it was doing by changing the Emergency Manager law into a dictatorship.
This is a reason to judge all those involved in creating the power structure that allowed it to happen. Remember, the lethargy goes all the way to the US EPA. I can't help but wonder if the US EPA was stumped to some degree by the Michigan Emergency Manager law. There is a lot to be recorded and then provided to the people to realize the extent their government was hollowed out of it's democracy.