Saturday, October 20, 2007

Benzene Poisoning: Take Action Now!

Benzene Poisoning: Take Action Now!

Casey Lee Cobb | Show The Law | October 20th 2007

As revealed in a recent phone interview between Shaun Kranish and Ed Brown. Ed Brown has made serious allegations that he was subjected to what he perceived to be Benzene Poisoning via the ventilation system in his prison cell for 3 days straight, while in the custody of US marshals in a Rhode Island detention facility.

The 65 year old tax honesty advocate reported that he was gassed, and it smelled of benzene. The now raspy voiced Ed Brown began to relay his experience on how he had to lay on the floor and breathe in the oxygen that came through the crack of the door in order to survive, he also reported that he lost consciousness a few times due to the alleged gassing.

This author takes these allegations very seriously and encourages you to do the same. Yes, Ed Brown is guilty of asking a question. He asked for the law, and now according to Ed he has been tortured and poisoned for asking this question. According to the CDC Benzene Poisoning could prove to be lethal. Ed Brown has also reported that the damage may be permanent.

Listed CDC Benzene Poisoning Symptoms

People who breathe in high levels of benzene may develop the following signs and symptoms within minutes to several hours: Drowsiness, Dizziness, Rapid or irregular heartbeat, Headaches, Tremors, Confusion, Unconsciousness, Death (at very high levels).

Initial Recommended Course of Action:

Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222

FCI ELKTON: 330-420-6200
(Demand that Ed Brown be allowed access to medical treatment.)

RI Governor Donald L Carcieri: (401) 222-2080
(Demand an investigation!)

Demand from U.S. federal Marshals; a chain of custody, documenting Ed’s Travels from his arrest to his arrival at the Elkton facility.

FYI: The knowledge of problems relating to benzene exposure are thought to date back as far as 1897, when there were case reports of blood disease caused by exposure to the chemical. In 1928 the first report that showed that Benzene could cause leukaemia was published. This was followed in the late 1940s by a toxicity review by the American Petroleum Institute, which showed that high level Benzene exposure caused leukaemia. Another study into the matter was conducted in 1977, and another report was filed regarding the link between Benzene and leukaemia. Other studies conducted since that time have confirmed the link between the chemical and leukaemia.


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