Bennett raises his voice on the danger of EMF radiation & radio freq. targeting on WBN episode no. 4

//Bennett raises his voice on the danger of EMF radiation & radio freq. targeting on WBN episode no. 4

Bennett raises his voice on the danger of EMF radiation & radio freq. targeting on WBN episode no. 4

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Adjunct Professor Curtis Bennett Raises His Voice on the Dangers of EMF Radiation and Criminal Radio-frequency Targeting on Episode No. 4 of Whistleblower Nation, with host Ella Free and guest-host Dr. Matthew Aaron.

Curtis Bennett is outspoken about the dangers of EMF radiation and the atrocious crimes of targeting citizens with weaponized microwave energy. Curtis has a background in electrical energy provision and building engineering, and as a journeyman electrician. He has worked as a thermal radiation consultant and an Adjunct Professor, lecturing for accredited continuing medical education credits internationally.
Learn more about Professor Curtis Bennett at http://thermoguy.com/

2018-12-18T02:15:33+08:00 December 18th, 2018|EMF Risk Video|0 Comments

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