Court Status Hearing Next Week
The next status hearing for our federal lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over the neurotoxicity of fluoridation chemicals will be held on Tuesday, October 17th, at 2:30 PM (Pacific) / 5:30 PM (Eastern). The Court will hear progress updates from attorneys representing FAN and the EPA and could potentially discuss other topics, including the status of the NTP report, procedural matters, evidence, and expert witnesses. We’ll send out a reminder as we get closer to the hearing, but you can also save the link and login information below to watch the live hearing:
Status Hearing Zoom Link:
ID: 161 991 1861
We’re also less than four months away from the January 29th, 2024, start date of the final phase of the trial. The Court has scheduled two weeks to hear testimony and cross-examination of expert witnesses focused on new evidence and science published since the last trial dates in 2020, including the National Toxicology Program’s 6-year systematic review of fluoride’s effect on the developing brain. A ruling is expected after this final phase.
WATCH: New Interview Featuring Attorney Michael Connett
FAN’s lead attorney, Michael Connett, esq., is featured in a new MUST SEE interview on the trial and the overwhelming evidence of harm caused by the use of fluoridation chemicals. The hour-long interview by television and film producer Del Bigtree on his popular news and opinion show The Highwire includes a discussion on the history of fluoridation and industrial fluoride pollution, how the government became involved, the recent published science on fluoride’s side effects, an update on the lawsuit, and a discussion of what a ruling in our favor means. Connett shares exclusive deposition videos of CDC, EPA, and NSF officials making admissions under oath that should alarm all citizens, and he reveals evidence of political pressure put on the NTP while reviewing fluoride’s neurotoxic side-effects on children. Click on the image below to watch:
Please share this important interview. Email it to neighbors, friends, family, local decision-makers, and journalists. Share it on your social media accounts by scrolling down in this email and clicking on the link below that says, “View it in your browser.” This will give you a page with a shareable link. You can also retweet or share our Facebook or Instagram posts featuring the video.
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