Tag Archives: Toxic Mold

Rolling Stone: Blowing the Whistle on the US Department of Justice

by Sharon Noonan Kramer On November 6, 2014, Rolling Stone published an excellent article by Matt Taibbi.  The article is titled, “The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase’s Worst Nightmare“ The article’s gist is of a Canadian woman who knows how … Continue reading

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Wash Po on Chronic Fatigue, Mold & Politics…White Coat, White Collar & Black Robe Crime!

“The role of mold in CFS [Chronic Fatigue Syndrome] has received nearly no scientific study, just like many other promising areas of research in the illness… My recovery has almost certainly come through physiological changes in response to my avoiding … Continue reading

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Heading out to San Francisco to #StopCourtCrimes!

Are you going to San Francisco on October 27th & 28th to #StopCourtCrimes! ?  I am!!!   Many people are going to San Francisco to attend and/or speak at the Judicial Council meeting  Re: rampant corruption in the California courts and the Judicial Council’s deliberate … Continue reading

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Why does San Diego DA Dumanis have an atypically high 94.7% conviction rate?

  Is the oddly high success rate a result of frightening innocent people into pleading guilty to crimes they did not commit? “Did you know of the more than 16,000 felony charges filed San Diego County in 2011 – there were only 33 … Continue reading

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Please help save lives. Support legislation to hold corporate criminals accountable.

“It is always one’s moral duty to speak up when doing so could save lives.” Begin forwarded message from Public Citizen: “Corporations should not be allowed get away with murder. But when corporate bosses suppress facts about the life-and-death risks … Continue reading

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