Jamison instead hired Tennie White, an environmental crusader with a lab that performed environmental tests for various companies. White had a little experience dealing with Kerr-McGee: over 15,000 settled contamination lawsuits, and another 9,450 still pending. She was also something of a troublemaker. After the city refused to test some potentially contaminated soil, White ripped a hole straight through the concrete covering it, forcing the city's hand. To be fair, they did discover that contamination levels were six times higher than normal. Regardless, The Man wasn't exactly her biggest fan, and by teaming up with Jamison, she had crossed the line.
The EPA then hired the clearly evil-sounding BorgWarner to dig up some dirt on White. They discovered that White once lied about having finished her college degree, and also claimed that three wastewater tests they commissioned from her (at a rocking $150 a pop!) may not have been performed. Those two measly charges resulted in a 40-month prison sentence. Kerr-McGee ended up settling for $5.15 billion and going bankrupt in the process, but that probably wasn't much comfort to White during her 40 months in prison for trying to help a church with their poisoned ground.