Smart Meter Legal Defense Fund
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Below are my comprehensive columns on the dangers of 'smart meters' and our legal fight here in Texas.
It is with great sadness my dear friend and our attorney, Tommy Cryer, passed away June 4, 2012.
In Memory of Tommy K Cryer, Esq.
Our legal counsel is Roger Borgelt whose office is in Austin.
Please do not contact our attorney. Questions should be directed to me.
If you would like to make a donation to our legal defense fund please make your check payable to: Smart Meter Legal Defense Fund
PO Box 840873
Houston, TX 77284-0873
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Note: My new email address effective May 28, 2013, hasn't been changed in some of my columns. It is: email@example.com
My fight against the 'smart meter' - Aug 15, 2011
(You don't want one of those dangerous things on your house)
Smart Meters - The new silent killer - Sept 2, 2011
'Smart' Meter That Does NOT Save Energy - Sept 24, 2011
Update on my fight against the smart meter - Jan 24, 2012
New: My Statement to the Texas Public Utility Commission - August 21, 2012.
NEW! Tri-fold flyer to hand out to everyone you know.
Help spread the truth.
Arizona: This document is just FYI
On Sept. 2, 2011, I did Deanna Spingola's show for two hours on the 'smart meter'. She was gracious and sent the audio links to listen if you're interested:
New items posted 9.9.2011
PG&E’s "Opt Out" Plan a Trojan Horse- ‘Smart’Meter IS the Problem
CPUC “Opt Out” Proceeding a Dangerous Farce
How to Get Consumers to Care About Smart Grid? Stickers!
"Still, despite these glitches and delays, one thing is clear: utilities and power providers definitely benefit from smart grid. CenterPoint in Texas, for example, is able to avoid 1,100 truck deployments a day with its smart meter network in Houston (310,000 installed over a 2-million-plus customer base.) The 100,000th avoided truck roll will occur this week, according to Carrie Morales, who helps manage the utility's smart grid group.
"CenterPoint can also remotely cut off power in two hours' time if consumers don't pay their bill, and they can restore it within an hour once paid. The meter network also allows for more rapid and accurate settlements of bills, she said."
Declaration of Barrie Trower
Declaration of Lloyd Morgan
Case in Portland, Oregon; this document filed June 2011:
Memorandum in Support of Preliminary Injunction Motion
Radiofrequency Radiation: The Invisible Hazards of “Smart” Meters
Central Maine Power: 'Smart' meter opt-out 'cost prohibitive'