Eagle resident injured from cell tower radiation.

Hello Eagle Residence,

As of May 2021 Verizon Wireless has turned on the 65 foot cell tower at 2557 N Sky View Ln., Eagle, ID.   My house is approximately 600 yards from the tower.  Within two week of the tower going live I have been in Emergency room three times as my heart went into Afib.  On my second visit to the ER the doctors prescribed a calcium channel blocker “Diltiazem” and advised me to see a cardiologist ASAP.   I have met with the St Lukes cardiologist and he preformed a full echocardiogram, electrocardiogram and stress test.  He said my heart was in perfect condition and there’s some sort of electrical misfire going on.  He has no idea what is causing the problem.   He has advised me to go in for surgery and undergo an ablation and continue taking calcium channel blocker’s prescribed by the ER doc.  After two weeks on the medication my heart has stopped going into Afib (thank god).

Please  help me pressure the ADA County Commissioners and Sheriff to turn off the tower until proper regulations can be put into place to protect me, my family and neighbors from the violent assault that has occurred.

If you need more proof and how I’m making the Heart Afib & Cell tower correlation, please look at the medical publications by Dr Martin Pall and make your own conclusions whether or not RF radiation from Cell Towers is harmful.  I’ll upload the video of my ER visit soon.

Here’s what Web-MD has to say about “Diltiazem”.

Diltiazem is used to prevent chest pain (angina). It may help to increase your ability to exercise and decrease how often you may get angina attacks. Diltiazem is called a calcium channel blocker. It works by relaxing blood vessels in the body and heart and lowers the heart rate. Blood can flow more easily and your heart works less hard to pump blood.

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Dr Martin Pall has multiple medical publications stating RF radiation will effect or Voltage Gated Calcium Channels.

Full medical publication:

Electromagnetic fields act via activation of voltage-gated calcium channels to produce beneficial or adverse effects, Dr Martin Pall



Hank Allen