Editor, The News:
Is it just me, or does the article cleverly use code words to imply that citizens who question the safety of wireless are ‘deniers’ who threaten their fellow citizens with extra costs, and all because of their misguided fear of radiation, which the article states has been brushed aside by B.C.’s medical health officer? Dr. Perry Kendall, has been written directly by international experts, warning him of the dangers of wireless radiation and imploring him to enact the precautionary principle. He ignored them. Perhaps it is time The News, which dedicated 40 per cent of that page to wireless advertising, overcame its small-minded biases and does an honest article on the well known dangers of wireless radiation.