Barry Trower on Tetra, Microwave Radiation and Cancer

Dave Eden of the Community Press Group speaks with Barrie Trower about the dangers of Tetra & Microwave Radiation which he alleges is causing cancers and other serious illnesses in emergency service workers.

by Community Press Group | United Kingdom | Monday, 5 August, 2013

Barry maintains that the emergency service workers are part of an illegal trial not due to end until 2018. A must watch for all emergency service workers, your life could depend on it!


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