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15
Aug

PESTICIDE POISONING IN PUBLIC HOUSING: SYDNEY

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Greetings.  My name is Murray Thompson.  My son and I are victims of callous pesticide poisoning.  We have both been acutely and long-term exposed to termite pesticide solvent vapours in our public housing residence in North-West Sydney.  Although I had explicitly warned the Department of Housing (DOH) about my asthmatic chemical sensitivity on multiple occasions, two pesticide treatments were forced upon me resulting in a kaleidoscope of unusual symptoms.  Essentially, I have MCS, depression and a host of physical ailments.  My now 18 year old son is 115kg of pure rage and paranoia, although very controlled (substitute: repressed) and this to his considerable credit.

My legal case against the New South Wales Department of Housing will go to trial soon in November 2010 at the New South Wales Supreme Court in Sydney (the file number of my case is 2003/00091442 and the hearing is listed for 15/11/10 in the Supreme Court, Civil List [unfortunately you cannot see a listing months in advance]). Come to my trial & find out: HOW EASY IT IS FOR YOU TO BE POISONED (& HOW I WAS POISONED BY A NORMAL TERMITE TREATMENT), and exactly WHAT THE SYMPTOMS OF PESTICIDE POISONING ARE!  Tell your friends in public housing in Sydney about this trial, & ask them if they became sick any time after their housing residence was treated with pesticides.  THERE WILL BE MYSPACE, FACEBOOK AND TWITTER UPDATES THROUGHOUT THE TRIAL!

My two websites are: http://poisonedpeople.com and http://poisoningandlegalaction.com.au.

 

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  • Guest - Murray Thompson

    Hi Maff. My son and I lost the 3 week New South Wales Supreme Court trial. The judge decided to ignore most of my professional medical reports confirming pesticide poisoning and the resulting MCS, blame me for our poisoning, and award the NSW Dept. of Housing (the big end of town) with the victory over the truth. Clearly an utterly irrational and nonsensical judgement, and a supremely (pun intended) corrupt one. My solicitor's number one assistant's response to the lame duck judgement was: "Murray, everyone says it was a bad judgement". We moved from Sydney to Tasmania to try and get away from air pollution, but ended up immersed in pine and Eucalyptus nitens plantations, which apparently vent a great amount of "terpene" gases. As well, the E. nitens in Tasmania might be genetically modified. So that means that the GMO nitens plantations may be all ALSO venting Bt or Bacillus thuringiensis ENDOTOXINS 24/7, thus generating massive environmental and public health issues across the state, all utterly invisibly. This might explain why my health has deteriorated precipitously since moving here. Imagine that: I/we moved from Sydney's foul and permanent air pollution to a so-called 'pristine' Tasmanian country/rural environment, only to find WORSE air pollution arising out of perverse monoculture tree plantations!!

  • Dear Murray,

    You and your son have clearly been treated with nothing less than contempt by the DoH and the ignorance of the potential for harm when "approved" pesticides are used is staggering.

    I wish you all the best in your upcoming court case...as I am sure other visitors reading this page do also. You deserve a positive outcome simply for having the courage to take a stand!

    Take care,

    Maff

    Comment last edited on about 6 years ago by Maff

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