Imagine that the Administrator of the US EPA would testify that she doesn’t know that the US EPA is funding and promoting unethical human exposure to small particulate air pollution experiments at 10 US Medical Schools?
I won’t belabor the point, but Milloy and I have been tracking the US EPA small particulate human experiments, performed at 10 prominent medical institutions across the United States. We have submitted complaints to Medical Boards in Michigan and North Carolina and participated in filing a lawsuit in Virginia Federal Court trying to stop the human experiments. Our position is that either the US EPA is lying about the toxicity and danger of small particulates or they are performing unethical and inhuman experiments that expose people to what they say are small particle exposures that kill, main or cause cancer.
I personally have written to the Deans of the ten medical institutions that are doing human exposure experiments, according to an EPA researcher physician Eugene Cascio, MD in his declaration under penalty of perjury in a Federal District Court.
Eugene Cascio declaration. American Traditions Institute v. US EPA in Federal District Court Alexandria Division Eastern District Virginia. Civil Action No. 1:12-CV-1066-AJT-TCB.
Not one Dean has responded.
I have also written to all the Republican physicians in Congress asking that they halt the unethical conduct, and i have received no responses. There are 18 republican physicians in congress and one democrat–crazy Jim McDermott, a psychiatrist from Washington. I skipped him for obvious reasons. He never lets professional ethics get in the way of partisanship.
A lead research scientist for the US EPA, Robert Devlin, Ph D., Senior Scientist (ST) for the Environmental Public Health Division (EPHD), National Health and Environmental Research Laboratory (NHEERL), Office of Research and Development (ORD), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Devlin, says that the reason for the research is that human exposure experiments might support or confirm the epidemiology that is used by the EPA that doesn’t provide reliable information.
Devlin declaration in the lawsuit American Traditions Institute v. US EPA in Federal District Court Alexandria Division Eastern District Virginia. Civil Action No. 1:12-CV-1066-AJT-TCB.
And Gina McCarthy states in congressional testimony that she doesn’t know anything about human exposure experiments?
Here’s the ignorant or lying Gina.
If you don’t get it assume that bad things happen because of bad people. That’ll help.