Residents in the US Territory of Guam have filed a legal injunction against the forced deployment of smart meters there.
Christopher Allen is the plaintiff in the 44-page injunction, filed after he was told by the Guam Power Authority that he could not opt out of a “smart” meter being forcibly installed by the utility. The action cites:
“Unlike a traditional analog meter which provides historical data about energy usage, “smart meters” can be accessed remotely and contain an enormous amount of data about occupants’ behavior. This information facilitates potential threats to the Plaintiff, his family, physical security and property interests; for example, by providing detailed information regarding when an individual is home.”
“…The Guam Power Authority has demonstrated the means and willingness to interfere with the plaintiff’s right to privacy, property rights, through any and all tortious, fraudulent and criminal means.”
“…The Federal Communications Commission has rated “smart meters” as safe because of a railroaded, rubber stamped and incomplete study, with a fraudulent outcome. Using this fraudulent study, they now officially considered “smart meters” unlikely to cause bodily tissue heating, or electric shock. But Dr. Poki Stewart Namkung, the Public Health Officer for Santa Cruz County in California, issued a report in January calling the FCC standards “irrelevant”.
“…[Dr. Stewart Namkung:] ‘It says nothing about the safety from the risk of many chronic diseases that the public is most concerned about, such as cancer, miscarriage, birth defects, semen quality, auto-immune diseases, etc…”
View the entire 44-page legal injunction here: