Doug Cross - Camelford incident
The Age of Aluminum from Specialty Studios on Vimeo.
In the summer of 2012 I helped an Austrian film producer put together a film on aluminium as an environmental toxin. This featured Prof Chris Exley, one of the world's leading experts on aluminium toxicology, and me talking about the Camelford incident involving the aluminium sulphate poisoning of the public water supply in Cornwall, back in 1988. Included is an examination of my wife's post mortem discoveries that clearly relate exposure to aluminium in water to early-onset, rapidly fatal dementia.
We have now found two more Camelford victims with similar unique characteristics, as well as another whose exposure was through breathing aluminium sulphate dust at work. Given the concern in this research sector over the ability of fluoride to promote aluminium absorption and transfer to the brain, with catastrophic results, the repeated warnings over deliberately adding fluoride to drinking water take on a new urgency.
The film (an English language shortened version, at just under an hour) can now be viewed freely at http://vimeo.com/89152658, so would you please post this link for others to watch as well? The full version (in German) was shown in cinemas throughout Germany and France, and deals with other equally alarming problems caused by the indisciminate use of aluminium chemicals in foods, cosmetics and vaccines, and inevitably it caused very considerable public interest.