Media difficulty with reporting Aerotoxic for 15 years…

It would be an understatement to describe the media’s coverage of anything to do with Aerotoxic as anything but deeply challenging over the past 15 years….

It was the late, great ‘proper’ journalist Christopher Booker who was one of the first to identify the ‘Cover-up’ in 24th June 2007 when he finished his blistering Daily Telegraph article with It is high time this particular cover-up was blown wide open’.

https://aerotoxic.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Christopher-Bookers-notebook-Telegraph-1.pdf

So the media can’t really think a great deal about the long suffering public readers who pay for their work but then don’t get told what’s actually going on.

Here’s a begging message from a well known, anonymous UK ‘news paper’:

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