So the EPA and its researchers are free to violate all the rules of human experimentation — and no one can do anything about it.
We can prove that EPA conducted illegal experiments, lied to the study subjects and committed assault and battery on its human guinea pigs.
It’s unfortunate that Judge Anthony Trenga opted to hide behind a disputable procedural technicality to avoid adjudicating these facts.
Judge Trenga’s ruling means that no third party can stop illegal human experimentation by government researchers. While his ruling leaves open the door for human subjects to challenge the legality of the experiments, how could they if they are being lied to?