Monday, February 22, 2016

Flint, Michigan, bureaucrats could be charged with manslaughter for mass poisoning of population with toxic lead

Vatic Note:   When I looked at the sources of this news,  I asked myself, "Uh Oh, something stinks in Denmark, since those news sources are all mainstream press who reports nothing that could harm the power structure put in place by the powers that be,  So what is "really" going on here?

Thank goodness our town took fluoride out of our water as far back as 2005, and the state tried to intimidate us into putting it back in, but our board held fast and would not budge on taking it out.   We had too much evidence proving it was dangerous to our health and so, with some serious lurching,  the board members voted to remove the toxic flouride that came from pesticide production, from our water and we have been clean ever since.

Michigan has suffered in many areas, such as loss of manufacturing jobs, industries moving to slave labor countries and it has devastated their economy. I am surprised that the elected reps are not making a stink over spending the money to investigate this..... but I want to see the proof in the pudding, so to speak.  I will follow this story til the end and update later as more comes out.  I hope that Mike Adams has the same idea of following this closely and reporting back regularly.  Thanks, Mike for all that you and your staff reporters do for us. 

Flint, Michigan, bureaucrats could be charged with manslaughter for mass poisoning of population with toxic lead
by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer, natural news,  February 19, 2016

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(NaturalNews) The Michigan Attorney General's office will likely have to petition the state legislature for some hefty cash to investigate the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan, where some nine local residents have died from polluted water. According to reports, those responsible for the disaster could face criminal charges for negligently poisoning the city's residents with lead and other toxic substances in order to save money.

A special counsel has been established to determine who is at fault and to press charges against them, as this once local crisis captivates the nation. Sources say charges all the way up to manslaughter are "not far-fetched," and that the proper course of action will be taken to make sure the culprits are held fully responsible for their crimes.

"We're here to investigate what possible crimes there are, anything to the involuntary manslaughter or death that may have happened to some young person or old person because of this poisoning, to misconduct in office," stated Todd Flood, special counsel for the state Attorney General's office investigating the Flint water crisis.

"We take this very seriously."

Flood, who plans to take $400 an hour as pay for his role as special prosecutor in the case, has gained a seal of support from Attorney General Bill Schuette, who insists that such a salary is appropriate to assemble a "top-shelf" team to conduct the probe.

"We're not going to shortchange justice," he told The Detroit News. "We're not going to do justice on the cheap. We're going to have a full and complete investigation, and where the truth goes, that's where we'll go."

Fluoride makes lead more toxic – will anyone in Flint investigate this?
More like where the money goes, Flood is sure to go, insist critics, who have been quick to point out that Flood has previously and on numerous occasions made political contributions to both Schuette and Republican Governer Rick Snyder. Snyder, of course, is one of the individuals supposedly being investigated for poisoning families and young, developing children in Flint.

Melanie McElroy, executive director of Common Cause Michigan, issued a statement recently questioning just how "independent" the Flood-led investigation will actually be, considering the serious conflict of interest at hand. There's also the issue of Schuette padding his own office, as well as that of Gov. Snyder and various state departments, from prosecution and lawsuits during the investigation.

"Bill Schuette's 'independent investigation' seems more focused on rewarding campaign contributors with state contracts than getting to the bottom of why Flint's water was poisoned with lead," she wrote.

One of the departments being investigated, the Department of Environmental Quality Control, is reportedly on the chopping block for failing to address the problem of lead being leached from old, corroding water pipes. Sources say DEQ Director Dan Wyant resigned back in December for failing to properly mitigate the problem, which put Flint's nearly 100,000 residents at risk of permanent brain damage.

It just so happens that synthetic fluoride chemicals, which have been added to Flint's water supply for many years, are known to increase lead absorption in humans. Fluoride is a caustic substance that reacts with lead to make it more toxic, creating a major public health hazard, hence the importance of removing fluoride from drinking water.

Flint residents last April actually petitioned the local water department to remove fluoride from the water supply, for this and other reasons. This suggests that those responsible for continuing Flint's fluoride program may also be indicted as part of the investigation for putting residents at risk – that is, if the investigating team bothers to take a look at the science surrounding fluoride and its synergistic toxicity with lead.

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Anonymous said...

Well Michigan being one of the most corrupt states in the east, it sure does appear to be something is up over there that isn't what it seems.

I sorta agree with the author there. They are doing a false flag patriot movement to remove all the criminals from michigan, so they can make way for the global prosperity laws.

My understanding of that is some of these false laws being passed will come with massive caveats, disclaimers and so forth which will move all the rest of the zombies in michigan into the hands of a worldwide republic. Probably to include clauses for dictatorship and a lot of other legalese the masses appreciate.

As for what to do about it....
Well it's waking up millions, that is for certain. There are lots of people who get the real picture is to leave the plantation.

But what does it even mean to leave Babylon? Thank God there's still plenty of ways to do it. The two biggest methods seem to narrow down to two categories. First being renegades who tear up their original id documents thus disowning the birth certificate, creating common law driver's cards and decals for private use. And the far more popular middle class suburban homesteaders, who simply renounce citizenship by quietly cutting up their forms and bypassing the area on public documents that requests you be a us citizen. These types continue to obtain driver's licenses and business permits without issue, yet for some inexplicable reason opt to buy auto insurance.

Whatever the case happens to be, people are definitely getting out of dodge. These actions demonstrate a great mass of people in the world have woke up. But in the end, who will truly prepare?

It is a wide, wide world out there any only corporate livestock is required by law to buy insurance. Eventually, those who assert true common law are going to have to assert it in every area. They are those who will pass through a storm that washes away the unprepared in the tide.

Anonymous said...

Personally, I wouldn't be looking to it or worrying about it...

Read the John Bad Elk case for everything anyone would need to know when it comes to the law. That right there sets big precedent. Whenever they come a knocking, you have the right to wipe them out.

Don't think that the feds aren't aware of it or aren't fearful as anything over said cases. That is why they never come in a huge wave, it's officially the death by a thousand cuts strategy for them right 'til the end....

Most importantly, once you recognize they got a thousand ways to skin a cat..How are you going to prepare to save your own? Only the strong will truly stand up for what is required, or make it out the other side.