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Four Corners has learned that independent testing of water samples from the river system has found levels of arsenic and lead 10 to 20 times higher than Brazilian regulations allow."The population use this water, so they are drinking this water," says Professor Vivian da Silva Santos, a toxicologist at the University of Brasilia.And the Brazilian government has threatened to sue for .2 billion, adding to BHP's investor woes.The village of Bento Rodrigues lay just a few kilometres below the dam wall.When it did burst, the people of Bento had only minutes to escape.Prosecutor Carlos Eduardo Pinto says Samarco had no warning system in place."People were told of the dam burst by phone.BHP, the world's biggest mining company, has distanced itself from the operations of the mine.But Four Corners has seen evidence of a long history of problems at the BHP-owned dam dating back to the beginnings of its construction in 2007, and learned that independent testing of water samples from the river system has found levels of arsenic and lead 10 to 20 times higher than Brazilian regulations allow.I could only see cars going down, metal, concrete walls, I don't know," she said.Priscila and her son Kayque still bear the scars from being dragged for kilometres by the mud.But Priscila and her husband Weslei were denied compensation for her miscarriage."They say my child is not considered as being born alive," she told Four Corners."It was alive, it was just not born yet. BHP's chief executive, Andrew Mackenzie, told Four Corners his company is committed to rebuilding the lives and communities that were affected: But Brazilian prosecutors are looking for more than just reparations.Four Corners has seen evidence of a long history of problems at the BHP-owned dam, dating back to the beginning of its construction in 2007."A dam doesn't break by chance," says Carlos Eduardo Pinto, a prosecutor with the Public Ministry of Minas Gerais.