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Topic - Jeff Gillenwater
Mine safety officials are painting a portrait of ineptitude and confusion by officials at Massey Energy Co. in the months before an explosion at the company's West Virginia mine killed 29 men.
Jeff Gillenwater, a Massey spokesman, said the company "stands behind its previous statement about the role MSHA has and continues to have in the approval and changes in mine ventilation plans."