High Profile Barrister Leads Legal Team Taking on UK Gov’t for Dismissing Health Risks and Opposition to 5GWed 10:35 pm +01:00, 20 May 2020
18 May, 2020 By B.N. Frank
Legal action against 5G deployment is being taken all over the world (see 1, 2). Now it’s happening in the UK.
From Environmental Health Trust:
This UK legal case is headed by Michael Mansfield QC, renowned for upholding Human Rights. “We bring this case because we lack confidence in Public Health England. PHE has dismissed multiple warnings from both government and independent scientists including many Scientific Committees for Health and the evidence of thousands of peer reviewed scientific papers. Instead it accepts outdated opinions from unreliable and unaccountable agencies.
Since 2000, when The Stewart Report recommended the government apply the precautionary principle to electro-magnetic radiation, the government has failed in its duty to protect health.
Our concerns include the imposition of radiation on the population without consent and the serious matter of privacy, surveillance and social control.”
“We are groups of individuals nationwide, including doctors, scientists and engineers, supported by a strong team of lawyers headed by Michael Mansfield QC, who have joined forces to commence legal proceedings to challenge the UK government’s failure to take sufficient notice of clearly identified health and safety risks of wireless radiation and the increased exposure from the deployment of 5G…
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More information at Legal Action Against 5G
Since 2018, there have been reports of people and animals becoming sick after 5G was turned on (see 1. 2, 3, 4).
5G also threatens more than human health. Experts have been warning that this technology threatens cybersecurity (see 1, 2, 3), environmental health (see 1, 2, 3, 4), privacy (see 1, 2), safety, and more. In addition to filing lawsuits, some cities and countries have already taken action including banning it, issuing moratoriums, passing ordinances and resolutions, etc. (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7).