While the still unfolding drama and tragedy emanating from Japan dominates much of mainstream news, today’s show underscores the extent of the silent genocide that is being inflicted on thousands, if not millions of Gulf Coast residents affected by last year’s oil spill, such as the untimely death of a young Alabama woman named Lisa Nelson.
Lisa Nelson, an Orange Beach, AL resident, has died from apparent corexit poisoning
Mar. 8, 2011
What Really Happened
In addition to sharing news about Ms. Nelson’s illness and ultimate demise, independent filmmaker Cara Fay discusses the humanitarian efforts of an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization called Serving Those Who Serve that is dedicated to the health and well-being of workers and volunteers who served at Ground Zero and related sites. STWS offers an immune-building detoxification program free of charge. Its goal is to reach the thousands of rescue and recovery workers and volunteers who are struggling with health issues because of exposure to the sites.
Radio guest Paul Doom just wanted to swim in the Gulf and eat fresh seafood like nothing happened on Apr. 20, 2010. He didn’t want to let the BP oil spill dictate his life. Since then, he’s suffered seizures, paralysis, and other painful maladies.
Tragic: 22 y/o has seizure at Gulf Forum — Brain lesions after swimming off Florida Panhandle
Florida Oil Spill Law
Feb. 6, 2011
Nancy Lazaryan describes the progress and many obstacles that she and John Hutchison have had in using audio and radio frequencies to clear the Gulf waters.
Oil Cleanup Confounds Coast Guard with Hutchison Solution
by Sterling D. Allan
for Pure Energy Systems News
Feb. 13, 2011
Animal rescuer and activist Denise Rednour provides her latest hands-on report about the grim situation that residents face in Long Beach, Mississippi.
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Other Important References
Serving Those Who Serve – Detox Program and Health Forums
Facebook page managed by Denise Rednour