Court Rules FCC was ‘Arbitrary and Capricious’

The Canyon ChronicleBy The Canyon Chronicle      August 20, 2021

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Court Rules FCC was ‘Arbitrary and Capricious’
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In the global battle against runaway technology, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and the Environmental Health Trust (EHT) proclaimed victory in an August 13, 2021 ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit judges in favor of environmental health groups and petitioners. The court held that the FCC failed to respond to “record evidence that exposure to RF radiation...may cause negative health effects unrelated to cancer,” and that the agency demonstrated “a complete failure to respond to comments concerning environmental harm caused by RF radiation.” Local activist, Julie Levine of 5G Free California ( responded to the ruling: “This win clearly shows that the evidence of harm from wireless radiation is real, and can no longer be ignored by the FCC and other government agencies with ties to the telecom industry. For those of us who are already sick from microwave radiation, this decision brings hope for future relief from harm and mitigation for others. I personally invested in this lawsuit and was honored to host one of the litigants, Dafna Tachover, Esq. for a year and a half while she worked on this lawsuit.” “A year of hard work paid off in one of the two cases CHD currently has against the FCC,” said Tachover, Director of CHD’s 5G and Wireless Harms Project, in a statement after the ruling. “This case challenged the FCC’s radiofrequency emissions guidelines, the health and safety guidelines for wireless technology and 5G. ( “We are delighted that the court upheld the rule of law and found that the FCC must provide a reasoned record of review for the thousands of pages of scientific evidence submitted by EHT and many other expert authorities in this precedent-setting case. No agency is above the law. The American people are well served,” said Dr. Devra Davis, president of EHT. In overturning the FCC determination, the court wrote that the commission cannot rely on agencies like the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) if the FDA’s conclusions are provided without explanation. The court further noted that the FCC failed to respond to approximately 200 comments on the record by people who experienced illness or injury from electromagnetic radiation sickness.” Download the August 13, 2021 United States Court Of Appeals, District Of Columbia Circuit Environmental Health Trust, Et Al., Petitioners V. Federal Communications Commission And United States Of America. ($file/20-1025-1910111.pdf) n
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