AZ Group to Pursue Lawsuit over Geoengineering-Related Illnesses

GOLDEN VALLEY, AZ. — In the wake of a number of Mohave County residents testing positive for heavy metal toxicity, a group has formed on Facebook to pursue a class-action lawsuit.

Called “Chemtrail Geo-Engineering Lawsuit,” the approximately 300-member group is seeking more members who have tested positive for heavy metals in their blood and hair follicles, and those who have had tests conducted on rainwater and soil samples.

At the time of this release, the group posted that a Bullhead City, Ariz., woman had just received test results showing the levels of barium in her blood were 28 times normal levels.

Link to full article here: http://theintelhub.com/2011/11/29/group-aims-to-pursue-lawsuit-over-geo-engineering-related-illnesses/

For more information on Arizona sky atrocities: ExposeChemtrails.com

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Related:

Suffolk Co. NY to hear proposal to ban chemtrails (Nov. 24, 2011) On Dec. 6, New York’s Suffolk County government held a public hearing on a proposal to ban aerial spraying of aluminum oxide, barium, sulfur, and other salts into the air over the county without first filing an Environmental Impact Statement with and receiving approval from the county’s Department of Health Services, Division of Environmental Quality.

Dec. 6 Update: The legislation now has to be approved by the health committee at their next scheduled meeting which is December 15th at 2:00pm.  We are asking anyone who can make this meeting to attend.  If approved out of this meeting, it is then eligible for a full committee vote on December 20th at the general meeting. More info at Long Island Sky Watch.

Chemtrail Health and Eco Impacts Prompt Lawsuit (June 2, 2011) Citrus Heights attorney Joseph H. Marman will soon file a lawsuit against the Shasta County Air Quality Management District in California for failing to ensure good air quality, on behalf of those injured by pollutants used in persistent jet contrails, popularly known as chemtrails.

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