10/11/12 Media Advisory: Green Hassig Occupies Fort Drum to Warn Military Personnel of POPs Exposure Health Hazard

Green Hassig Occupies Fort Drum to Warn Military Personnel of POPs
Exposure Health Hazard

Thursday, October 11, 2012, 3:30 PM

Fort Drum, Main Entrance, Watertown, New York USA

I have invested a large amount of time and energy in attempting to
convince the Veterans Administration (VA) to allow me to provide
educational outreach on the subject of persistent organic pollutants
(POPs) exposure minimization to veterans who are seeking medical
services at the VA Hospital in Syracuse, New York.  The VA has totally
rejected this offer.

It is my duty as an American citizen with expert knowledge on the
subject of POPs exposure and disease outcome to endeavor to persevere
in providing knowledge on the subject of POPs exposure minimization to
military personnel and veterans.  Those who have served in the Armed
Forces have a history of higher magnitude exposures to carcinogens and
other disease causing chemicals and agents than the exposures of the
average civilian.  Thus, it is a high health protection priority that
the military personnel and veterans would receive educational outreach
on the subject of toxic substances and disease causing agents exposure
minimization.

I will go to the main entrance of Fort Drum and attempt to enter the
base for the purpose of going door to door in the on-base military
housing to share information on the subject of the POPs exposure
health hazard.  I believe that I have the right to do this as an
American citizen.  Surely my freedom of speech applies to warning

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