LA Man Sues For Cell Tower Antenna Injuries

Elijah Carder sustained serious injuries from wireless antennas installed by T-Mobile This could happen to anyone in our communities. Support those fighting for all of our health & safety.

Carder has filed a case in the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angele and is suing former landlord South Pasadena Heights Apartments and T-Mobile USA, Inc. for injuries, pain, negligence, and severe emotional distress he alleges are from the placement of two cell antennas directly on the outside wall of his apartment bedroom. The two cell antennas were 6 feet from his head when he slept and 10 feet when he worked from home.

The Test Report for same and similar antennas establishes a compliance boundary for the General Public of 35.3 meters or 116 feet. Despite the support of doctors at UCLA Neurology and Huntington Hospital, after two and a half years Elijah continues to suffer from ongoing chronic, debilitating headaches, as well as tinnitus, dizziness, and persistent fatigue. Specialists have told Elijah his condition may be lifelong.

In 2011, radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) were classified as a Group 2B possible carcinogen by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (WHO/IARC). The WHO/IARC scientists clarified that their determination was for RF-EMF from any source be it cell phones, wireless devices, cell towers or any other type of wireless equipment. Since 2011, the published peer-reviewed scientific evidence associating RF-EMF (also known as RF-EMR and RFR) to cancer and other adverse effects has significantly increased.

A review entitled “Evidence for a health risk by RF on humans living around mobile phone base stations: From radiofrequency sickness to cancer” reviewed the existing scientific literature and found radiofrequency sickness, cancer and changes in biochemical parameters (Balmori 2022). Despite a 2021 federal court decision ordering the FCC to explain why it ignored scientific evidence showing harm from wireless radiation, the FCC has not responded.

Friends of Elijah Carder have started a GoFundMe to raise money for subject matter experts to testify in the lawsuit, and additional money for Elijah’s health and survival expenses:

For more information: ‪(310) 776-5055 #Justice4ElijahC

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