- Dear Senator Boxer,
- Please read the attached complaint to the AQMD regarding
the spraying of unknown toxic substances from unidentified jets over the
Los Angeles area and look at the attached photos taken yesterday (3/25).
I now suspect that you are actively involved in keeping this info from
the American public, so I am not deluding myself into thinking I'll ever
get a response. I'm just interested in documenting your inaction and cowardice
for the many thousands on the internet who are wondering why you are doing
- Each time I complain to you (I guess this makes about
15 emails now), I post a dated copy of my email to about 20 big California
websites who are concerned with this rape of the skies. Your inaction
will be well documented when this mess comes to light. Shame on you.
- Rick Moors
- AQMD 3/25
- Dear Sirs,
- I would like to submit a formal complaint about unidentified
jet aircraft spraying and unknown toxic substance over the Los Angeles
area for the past 3 months. This would definately be a violation of AQMD
rule 402 (listed below, for your information). These jets leave trails
which are not normal. Instead of fading away like most jet trails, these
expand and form clouds, sometimes covering the entire sky. I have seen
and photographed as many as 12 jets at a time systematically laying down
patterns over the Los Angeles area (See attached photos).
- I do not want to hear a standard lecture on how jet contrails
are formed. I know how they are formed, and they have nothing to do with
the activity I am reporting. I want to know what action you are going
to take to halt this threat to our health, not to mention the desecration
of what little is left of our clear skies.
- Until you demonstrate that you have the courage to take
action against this crime, I suggest you refer to yourselves as "The
Air District", since the words "Quality" and "Management"
don't really apply.
- Rick Moors
- Adopted May 7, 1976)
- RULE 402. NUISANCE
- A person shall not discharge from any source whatsoever
such quantities of air contaminants or other material which cause injury,
detriment, nuisance, or annoyance to any considerable number of persons
or to the public, or which endanger the comfort, repose, health or safety
of any such persons or the public, or which cause, or have a natural tendency
to cause, injury or damage to business or property.
- The provisions of this rule shall not apply to odors
emanating from agricultural operations necessary for the growing of crops
or the raising of fowl or animals.
- cc/ Barbara Boxer Dianne Feinstein Los Angeles Times
Office of the State Attorney General Doris Lo, EPA regional office 9 Mayor
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