The Danish state is being sued for having planned the implementation of the new 5G mobile network throughout Denmark by the year 2020, without conducting any kind of health test in relation to the exposure of long term radiation to people, especially for the harmful effects of unborn and children as well as to our nature.
“We also have had blind calves with holes in their heads and deformed limbs that end up going round in circles and banging their heads on the walls,” he added. Others can no longer walk or refuse to be milked and produce very little, as well as bullocks that are stunted.
“It’s interesting to note that a pharmaceutical company that makes cancer drugs would have a part in increasing carcinogens in the environment.”
5G and the FCC: 10 Reasons Why You Should Care Natural Resources Defense Council Feb. 14, 2019 10:30AM ESTINSIGHTS + OPINION Sharon BuccinoECOWATCH.ORG As an environmental lawyer for over 25 years now, I have become intimately familiar with the workings of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of the Interior. I didn’t […]
Note: Here are stories of several cities who face suits in addition to Los Altos: 1) Torrance: https://www.dailybreeze.com/2019/04/02/torrance-faces-lawsuit-from-telecom-giant-over-new-cell-equipment-that-could-lead-to-5g/ 2) Town of Hempstead (near New York): http://wirelessestimator.com/articles/2019/crown-sues-after-new-york-town-says-it-will-tear-down-152-of-the-companys-nodes/ The Town of Hempstead is being sued for their intent to take down 152 nodes in the city. They’re already been installed vs. Los Altos where they haven’t deployed them yet […]
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Posted by Bob Pepalis | May 26, 2020 A Derby Hills resident who got the city of Sandy Springs to stop installation of a 5G wireless pole on his property due to the COVID-19 pandemic has filed suit against Verizon Wireless to prevent it from ever happening. William Kaspers filed what he wants declared a class-action suit eligible for the […]