3 thoughts on “EPA sued for $2 million by human testing victim; Injured by exposures to high levels of chlorine, diesel exhaust and ozone — without informed consent”

  1. While I understand that Milloy through his personal participation in the case was likely privy to additional information, I see no indication in the article that Cipporane was claiming a lack of informed consent (as suggested by thread title).

  2. Be interesting to see how the EPA tries to prove this claimant lacks standing. Hopefully this time they have met their match.

  3. What was the source of the “soot?” I understood it was Diesel exhaust. There are many toxic components of Diesel exhaust. The graphic, from one of these tests, showed a delivery truck with its exhaust stack under the air intake at a UNC building. The soot is bad enough but there are far worse toxins involved here, PAH’s, hydrogen cyanide gas, lots of acids, etc…

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