…ADHS ‘$mart‘ meter study – A Pattern of Incompetence and Fraud … a question you might ask is who “vetted” this study…?
Letter Written by: Jerry Johnson
Date of Letter: 2014-11-21
Subject: Health and Physical Fitness
This is lengthy but so full of accurate information regarding the Arizona Corporation Commission and the VERY FLAWED report they have accepted from the Arizona Department of Health here in Arizona. I am amazed at what "they" are accepting as scientific evidence to substantiate the decision they are making to continue with the smart meters here in Arizona. The least the Commission could do is allow an "opt out" without charging us an arm and a large to do so. Check it out. If you know of anyone with some "clout" that would be interested in reading this report and acting on it, please share it.
~Karen Johnson … REMEMBER HER…?
FROM WARREN WOODWARD:
A Pattern of Incompetence and Fraud – Exposing Major Mistakes, Misleading Misrepresentations, and Obvious Omissions in the Arizona Department of Health Services "Smart" Meter Health Study PDF
I have written a report on the Arizona Dept. of Health Service’s "smart" meter study. Below is the report’s Foreword.
Below that is my cover letter that accompanied my report to the Arizona Corporation Commission.
My full report is attached to this email.
The title of this report, A Pattern of Incompetence and Fraud, was not chosen for affect.
This evaluation of the "smart" meter health study that the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) requested of the Office of Environmental Health at the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), will show in detail the multitude of major mistakes, misleading misrepresentations and obvious omissions that comprise the ADHS study. (The ADHS study, Public Health Evaluation of Radio Frequency Exposure from Electronic Meters, may be read in its entirety at the ACC docket, here:http://images.edocket.azcc.gov/docketpdf/0000157691.pdf.)
A lover of brevity, I apologize for the length of this report, but the instances of data cherry picking and misrepresentations of scientific studies are too numerous. The spinning and equivocation is endless, the repetition of misinformation seemingly constant. And there are too many examples of ADHS omitting relevant and key material from the scientific works they review.
Then of course there are the simple, basic things that ADHS got completely wrong. As you read, remember that ADHS spent over a year on their study. They had time to get it right but they did not.
As I go through the ADHS study in the order it was written, section by section and sometimes line by line, you will see that an unmistakable pattern emerges, one of incompetence and fraud. The mistakes happen so often that they reflect incompetence, and instances where ADHS misleads occur so often that they amount to willful deception.
In addition to other information, I use the actual articles and studies that ADHS referenced to demonstrate and prove my points. I show what ADHS reported and then what was really said.
The ADHS study is a fraud on the public. Read along with me and you’ll see that I am not exaggerating.
Letter to ACC
55 Ross Circle
Sedona, Arizona 86336
928 204 6434
November 20, 2014
Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC)
Docket Control Center
1200 West Washington Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Re: Docket # E-01345A-13-0069
Here is my report on the Arizona Department of Health Services’ "smart" meter study. Read it and weep.
Since the ADHS did not find wireless "smart" meters safe, when will wireless "smart" meters be removed from Arizona? With every day that goes by, you are now violating the law.
Additionally, there is no longer any point to APS’s request for extortion money from ratepayers not wishing to be harmed by "smart" meters.
…Great nations are simply the operating fronts of behind-the-scenes, vastly ambitious individuals who had become so effectively powerful because of their ability to remain invisible while operating behind the national scenery." – Buckminster Fuller…
…Remember it is solely your decision whether this information is sufficiently “vetted” & by whom…
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