Sunday, February 24, 2013

SPF Spray Polyurethane Foam roofing, insulation injuring school children and homeowners

Spray on Foam (SPF) roofing, Spray on Foam Insulation, and Spray on Foam sealant have been heavily marketed to school boards around the world for the last 30 years as a "green solution."   A bill has been introduced in Connecticut to regulate the use of Spray on Foam products.  If you live in Connecticut, call your lawmaker to support this bill.
Spray on Foam products may help to reduce energy consumption BUT SPF increases a children's exposure to deadly, asthma causing, and cancer-causing chemicals.
Spray on Foam is a dangerous product which if properly or improperly applied, cured, and maintained can seriously injury or kill you or your child. 
The terms "Green" and "Green solution" are not regulated by USA and most other countries, and therefore have no useful meaning to school boards or to the consumer.  "Green" and "Green solution" are product and advertiser hype words only.
Sale and use of this product needs to be tightly regulated throughout the USA and other countries.

Spray on Foam products seriously and permanently injured me and more than two dozen children at the school where I had been teaching.  
Toxic Justice - Nancy Swan 
This tragedy is happening in every city and thousands of schools across the USA. 
How can you prevent this product from harming you or your child? 
After watching the video below, please visit 
Bill to regulate Spray on Foam use in Connecticut
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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

 Zach Scruggs loses appeals before US Supreme Court
JACKSON -- The U.S. Supreme Court has denied an appeal from Zach Scruggs, who was implicated as having knowledge of a judicial corruption scheme that toppled his father, plaintiffs' lawyer Richard "Dickie" Scruggs.
The court without comment Tuesday declined Scruggs' request to hear his appeal.
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans upheld Zach Scruggs' conviction in October.

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Toxic Justice comment posted:
Unlike Zach Scruggs, Paul Minor was never disbarred after he was convicted in federal court of bribing Judge John Whitfield and Judge Wes Teel.

Minor was my attorney for fifteen years and explained to me in Judge John Whitfield's courtroom how my judge had been bribed.   Minor then bribed Judge Whitfield to dismiss my case when he discovered I had secretly audio taped him and had turned the taped evidence over to the FBI.

So- why is Paul Minor allowed to practice law in Louisiana and Mississippi and Zach Scruggs is not?
See recent Sun Herald news story about Paul Minor's release from prison. Lawyers who bribe judges and commit fraud should stay in jail, not earn millions while in prison. How much as Zach Scruggs earned while in prison? These criminals know where all the bodies are buried. Until all the "bodies" are found and exposed, not one of these criminals should be free.
A good lawyer knows the law; a great lawyer knows the judge. 
Paul Minor was my former attorney who bribed my former judge John Whitfield to dismiss my case when I found out Minor had embezzled settlement funds and failed to file two dozen other cases. 
It pays to be rich, earning millions of dollars while in prison. That way criminal can buy their way out of federal prison. Minor was not convicted of half the crimes he committed. 
Paul Minor still claims he see nothing wrong with bribing judges though he was convicted of fraud by a jury and sentenced to what was to be a decade in federal prison. Will he bribe judges again? Most likely. See What do you think? Add a comment to the article below.