Saturday, November 22, 2014

Sizzle, Fry, Pop ... Airport Scanners are Safe

You don't have to hear sizzle, fry, pop, when you get zapped walking through an airport scanning device authorities tell you are safe. The security theater is about regulators going to work for companies who want billions and trillions of our tax dollars. Our US Constitution needs to be suspended to better the lives of international bankers and corporate organized crime. The woman below had a pacemaker, was made to go through the scanner. Her heart stopped. She died. The below picture and the rest of the story is [found here]. Yes, we are talking about a country other than the US. International organized crime is harming all of us average people globally.


A woman fitted with a pacemaker has died after passing through an airport scanner in the southern Russian town of Ulan-Ude.

Diana Tolstova, 30, died in the airport minutes after passing through the scanner. Her husband Maxim, 33, said that they had provided papers proving that Mrs Tolstova was fitted with the heart device – which is adversely affected by airport scanners.

"I don’t know what happened but she went through it anyway," he told Central European News agency.

"When we got to the departure gate she began to feel dizzy and suddenly collapsed.

"I grabbed her in my arms and called for medical help. [more from source]

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I miss seeing new posts from the [Kenny's Sideshow blog].

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

i miss him, too.

Sunday, November 23, 2014 1:31:00 PM  

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