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Ontario Residents Say US Planes Spraying Them
For CBC Radio
ESPANOLA, ONTARIO - Residents of a small
town west of Sudbury, Ontario are anxious. They think they're getting
sick, and they think they know why. It involves the U.S. military, the
government and strange planes overhead.
Tempers at the Espanola town council
run high. Residents want to know what's flying over their community. Shelly
Jordan thinks strange planes might be making her kids sick. "I was concerned
to see if this had anything to do with it, because I've heard of other
things that are going on with children. I'm just wondering what the ratio
is? If my daughter is one in 60,000 with her condition? All these other
things that are happening to kids in this little area. If there are more
I'd like to hear from them."
In fact, many in the community have
reported respiratory problems and strange aches and pains.
Town council heard that some believe
military jets are dropping material over the town as part of a weather
experiment. It isn't just a couple of people who think that. More than
two 200 have signed a petition. Ben McNenly has seen the planes and he
thinks they're American KC-135s.
McNenly has led the charge to find out
what's going on. "I really think our mayor and our council should get behind
us and demand some answers and some accountability from Ottawa. Because
if they don't know what's going on, they should sure find out
about it. And if they do know what's going on, they should put a stop to
The U.S. Air Force has already said
it's not flying any planes over the town. The local member of Parliament
is waiting to hear from the Canadian military. And, Espanola town council
is discussing what to do next.
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