Senator Richard Lugar’s reply to a letter sent to him by an anonymous writer claims that Senator Lugar has tried contacting various government agencies regarding aerosol programs, including the Department Of Defense (DoD), NASA, EPA and others. According to Senator Lugar, each agency replied stating that these were contrails and that these trails are normal and formed by condensation. Senator Lugar also makes the claim that reports of illnesses have no basis in face, as there is no data to back up these claims.
A letter from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to Clifford Carnicom states the intention of the EPA is to not analyze the samples sent to them by Mr. Carnicom previously. Rather, they attached their same letter of refusal from earlier in the year that describes their view that aerosols and such programs do not exist, and that it is normal contrails that are showing in the skies that people are reporting.
A copy of a certified letter sent by Clifford Carnicom on June 9, 2000 to Carol M. Browner, the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is attached in this paper that outlines how Ms. Browner has been negligent in not investigating and analyzing hazardous biological samples sent previously to the EPA that pose human health risks. This letter makes clear that Ms. Browner and the EPA are responsible for reporting to the American public, and having not been forthcoming with an interest to look into the requests for sample analysis, Ms. Browner and the EPA are to be held accountable for the lack of integrity of the EPA.
Incidents are described where the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) needed to be contacted numerous times regarding certain actions publicly committed or proclaimed against Clifford Carnicom, including impersonation, libel, hacking, and death threats.
This page is a documentary as to the number of mailings that have been sent to politicians, television stations, the California Attorney General, the EPA and others by one Rick Moors. Mr. Moors also chronicles how many replies he has received, and each of Mr. Moor’s letters sent and received are included in this page. Each of the replies contains the standard ‘these trails are normal’ verbiage.
A copy of the Certified Receipt showing EPA Administrator received Clifford Carnicom’s sample.
Here is a copy of the Certified Receipt showing EPA Administrator Carol M. Browner received Clifford Carnicom’s sample, but had yet to reply.
A lengthy letter from the EPA, sent to a concerned citizen and copied on this page, is a complete denial of the possibility of aerosols and aerosol operations. The letter speaks a common theme of denial that the spray lines, witnessed by an increasing number of people and spreading out across the sky, are simply normal contrail exhaust from aircraft engines.
The process of submitting protest letters via www.carnicom.com began on Nov 20 1999, and thus far includes over 1700 letters sent to federal and state officials. This statement affects letters that have been sent to state officials only.
A comprehensive briefing package on the aerosol issue containing photographs, testimonies, research references and petitions for congressional action on this issue was hand delivered by a prominent media person to Congressional Representative Thomas Udall of New Mexico on September 2, 1999. After no response for evaluation was received back by late November 1999, second and third letters were sent asking for a reply from Representative Udall. Mr. Udall finally sent a form letter back in March of 2000 to the deliverer of the material, stating that he had made a request for Congress to hold hearings on this matter. A spokesman for Representative Udall later stated no such request had been made to Congress by Representative Udall.