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Health monitoring of 143 people poisoned by 1080.

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Tena Koutou department of conservation,

As a matter in the interest of public safety regarding the 143 positive tests for 1080 in peoples urine, what further monitoring have you done to establish and document your legal responsibilities to these people under NZ health and safety legislation.
What dates did these tests come back from Manaaki Whenua.
Of the victims of this poisoning;
What percentage were male.
What compensation was offered or paid.
What were the routes of exposure.
Who is legally responsible for poisoning these 143 people.
Who manufactured the toxin and bait medium that lead to these poisonings
Who decided to ignore the MSDS for the toxin
Who allowed them to ignore it.
Where did these human poisoning incidents take place.
Why were so many people poisoned.
When did these human poisonings take place and how soon after were the urine samples taken.
And yes I need the poisoning date, sample date and test dates on the same page.
How do you plan to stop this from happening again.
What reproductive system monitoring has been done on these people considering the ERMA review of 1080 acknowledged that 1080 is a confirmed teratogen.
Who set the BEI so high considering USA consider fluorine based toxins may be causing harm at 1 PPT.
Does the precautionary principle not apply to you.
Hannah Enderby

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Subject: Official Information request - Health monitoring of 143 people
poisoned by 1080.

 

Tena Koutou department of conservation,

 

As a matter in the interest of public safety regarding the 143 positive
tests for 1080 in peoples urine, what further monitoring have you done to
establish and document your legal responsibilities to these people under
NZ health and safety legislation.

What dates did these tests come back from Manaaki Whenua.

Of the victims of this poisoning;

What percentage were male.

What compensation was offered or paid.

What were the routes of exposure.

Who is legally responsible for poisoning these 143 people.

Who manufactured the toxin and bait medium that lead to these poisonings
Who decided to ignore the MSDS for the toxin Who allowed them to ignore
it.

Where did these human poisoning incidents take place.

Why were so many people poisoned.

When did these human poisonings take place and how soon after were the
urine samples taken.

And yes I need the poisoning date, sample date and test dates on the same
page.

How do you plan to stop this from happening again.

What reproductive system monitoring has been done on these people
considering the ERMA review of 1080 acknowledged that 1080 is a confirmed
teratogen.

Who set the BEI so high considering USA consider fluorine based toxins may
be causing harm at 1 PPT.

Does the precautionary principle not apply to you.

Hannah Enderby

 

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