Parents of little Briana Frye left their Pensacola, Florida home for their health and safety. The young family was taken into the home of a Nebraskan family. After seeing what heavy metal ladened rain did to their plants, Briana's parents, Rick and Lynne Frye researched, learned about the present Gulf poisons cumulative effects, and then knew that to protect their child, they needed to leave the Gulf Coast.
Over the weekend, two Pensacola residents reported to Gulf Coast Barefoot Doctors that they are ill and bleeding internally. These women left their homes, felt better and the bleeding stopped. Upon returning to their homes, the bleeding and other symptoms also returned.
Heather Dixey, an avid gardener at her Pensacola home, told the Examiner, "Before I left for OKC to detox, I started getting crusty, bloody boogers. The day after I came back, so did the crusty, bloody boogers."
EPA whistleblower, fired for exposing toxins in the September 11, 2001 New York City mass murder, Hugh Kaufman recently said in a Democracy Now! interview with Amy Goodman thatCorexit is suppose to cause internal bleeding. (Dupré, D. Censored Gulf news: People bleeding internally, millions poisoned Examiner, July 21, 2010)
Corexit has been sprayed in unprecedented amounts throughout the Gulf region, making the toxic crude oil now throughout the Gulf, including in the air, water and on land, 11 times more deadly according to toxicologists. The lethal dispersant banned in other countries has been called "Core Exit."
There has additionally been an unprecedented petrochemical-military-industrial-complex (PMIC) cover-up of the continuing U.S. crime against humanity occurring in the Gulf of Mexico region, slow genocide of Americans and ecocide of the planet.
Aside from her internal bleeding, other debilitating physical conditions, plus her once thriving garden destroyed, Dixey said she discovered Thursday that "something is eating the paint and right down into the plastic on her scooter," only on the side of the scooter exposed to rain and only since Corexit spraying began.
Scientists' call to Obama to halt the Corexit spraying fell on deaf ears. The spraying continues.
"I've also been sniffling, sneezing & coughing," explained Dixey.
"Before I left, my whole body was vibrating. I had fever and chills along with such bad chest pain, I had to go to the E.R. My chest was killing me."
At the hospital, Dixey had a blood test and was told that she is "viral" and has "anxiety." The hospital medical staff gave to Dixey pain killers and nothing else, saying they did not know what else to do for the condition.
The vibrating, fever and chills have not returned to Dixey so far, but she said, "I no longer live outside. In fact I go there only when I have to.
"The rain or wet grass burns my skin and every time I go near outside. I get stinging, tingling and burning here, there, and everywhere which eventually goes away when I stay inside."
Rick Frye has no college education but that did not stop him from giving a powerful speech at a recent gathering that the