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In 2014, Verizon Acknowledged Probable Future Lawsuits and Settlements in re Cell Phones and Towers

SNLS | January 12, 2019

By B.N. Frank

Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for posting the above statement made by Verizon in 2014 as well as this:

Verizon  Insurance: Protects The Phone But Not the Person

Coverage Excludes Pollution.”

Pollution is defined as “The discharge, dispersal, seepage, migration, escape or presence of pollutants. Pollutants means any solid, liquid, gaseous, or thermal irritant or contaminant including smoke, vapor, soot, fumes, acid, alkalis, chemicals, artificially produced electric fields, magnetic field, electromagnetic field, sounds waves, microwaves, all artificially produced ionizing or non-ionizing radiation and/or waste.”

They have also devoted an entire page to insurance companies not wanting to insure for electromagnetic radiation because it is too risky.  Activist Post and others have reported about this as well.

In 2017, scientists and doctors from the U.S. and around the world demanded a moratorium on 5G wireless technology because of health risks.  They are many updates about this on the EHTrust.org website as well as others (see list below).

If you weren’t already aware, Verizon is only one of the telecoms promoting and installing harmful and unnecessary 5G technology.  The first 5G court case was won in Gateshead, England but only after residents became sick after it was installed in street lamps.  Last summer, Dr. Naomi Wolf used her social media pages to raise awareness about 5G being installed in New York City and how it was affecting residents and their pets.

Two thumbs up to Burlington, MA for preventing Verizon from installing 5G in their community.  For more information on how you can try to prevent it from being installed in yours, visit the following websites.  Also please consider signing the petition to stop 20,000 satellites from being sent into space to beam the entire planet with 5G.  No kidding.


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