by Catherine J. Frompovich, Activist Post:
The following is the latest update as of August 12, 2016 regarding the lawsuit filed to stop weather geoengineering, aka Solar Radiation Management (SRM) and/or stratospheric aerosol spraying or injections (SAI).
The legal team of pro-bono lawyers sent out the required 60 day notice of an anti-geoengineering lawsuit, which is a legally required first step that notifies all agencies and violators of intent to file a lawsuit, but also provides an opportunity for those agencies and violators to achieve compliance, i.e., stop aerosol spraying, thus preventing the lawsuit from being filed against them, which apparently all have disregarded and continue with the stratospheric spraying. That legal filing can be found on the Internet at this site:
The next legal step is the filing of complaints with the court and against the parties involved, which include 36 individuals and/or agencies or organizations, e.g., U.S. Dept. of Defense, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force, Chief of Naval Operation, U.S. Dept. of Transportation, NASA Headquarters, National Weather Service Organization, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, various cities and counties in California, California public works departments, Region 9 EPA, U.S. Coast Guard, State of California, Regional California Water Resources Control Boards, Attorney General of the United States, and the Attorney General of the State of California.
The above legal step will permit the following to take place: depositions, legal research, motions to be filed, extra personnel like paralegals to be hired, plus court and attorneys’ fees that will need to be supported and bankrolled. Even though much of the work so far was done pro bono by the lawyers, the lawsuit cannot proceed further on a pro bono basis, as there are many legal and court costs involved that need to be met, so the public’s support is needed badly.
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