―At 12:00 noon this date on the CBC radio you were heard once again in
loop assertion that you couldn‘t understand why there was
any opposition in New Denver to the Telus cell phone transmitterinstallation as cell phone towers were safe and many studies hadshown this. Be advised, this is false, and a knowing deception as youhave been repeatedly shown the existence of adverse scientificreports which you find it advantageous to pooh-pooh.
―Take notice that this letter and the one copied below, the former
previously sent to Steve Jenkins, Brock Enderton, Health Canada andothers, sets forth the substantive factors connected to healthhazards and potential fatalities about which you can no longer denyknowledge. Any further claims you make as aforesaid, which have beenrepeated by you through the last weeks after your superiors were puton notice as to the adverse reports, will make you a central figurein ongoing misrepresentation.
―It does not behoove anyone in your position to continue being blind
and deaf to factors which may seriously impact the public health andespecially that of children. Telus does not escape potentialliability, or the public impact of refusing to implementprecautionary principles, because it relies on Health Canada. Telusis indisputably apprised of the adverse science (as reflected in theletter copied below, sent to Steve Jenkins and others). Yourcontinuance with your deceptive, self-serving statements topromulgate your product in the face of this represents a wantondisregard of the health hazards which may impact persons here; a fact
which may greatly contribute to your company‘s liability and that of
In 2007 Germany declared that cell phone usage is hazardous to humans.The BioInitiative Report published in September 2007 by the University of Albany, New York brings togetherextensive findings by medical doctors and research scientists from the US, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Chinaand the UK.Valhalla highlighted this from the report:
The report states, in connection with wireless devices (cell phones), ―there is enough evidence of increased risk
of brain tumors to warrant intervention with respect to their use . . . good public health policy requires
preventative action.‖ An important section in the Report sets forth substantive evidence that transmitter
radiation is particularly harmful to children and teenagers. The result especially noted by research in othercountries is childhood leukemia.Research published by Professors Mild and Hardell of Orebro University, Sweden, in the journal Occupationaland Environmental Medicine, identified 1,429 people living in central Sweden identified with brain tumours ina 2 and 1/2 year period. Those who live in a rural area and used cell phones had a 56% greater likelihood to
have been diagnosed with a brain tumour over city users. For those using cell phones for 5 years the rural user‘s
risk was four times greater. [from Valhalla]