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Published on May 9, 2017
Mary Kay Barton has been writing and speaking about the wind industry fraud since 2004. Albert Vliestra was passively in favor of wind turbines coming to Warsaw County. It wasn't a pressing issue. He didn't live near them. Not long after the turbines were installed in the area, he became ill with protracted ailments. He is a highly skilled mason, an athlete; the mysterious condition nearly crippled him, driving him to despondency and thoughts of suicide. Eventually he learns of 'Wind Turbine Syndrome' and infrasound and that thousands of others experience similar ill health effects. He offers here a synopsis of his story. He tells it because, like retired health professional Mary Kay Barton, and the others, that New York State did no health studies on infrasound before they signed off on thousands of wind turbines for rural areas of the state. We hear next from Cathi Orr, or former Orangeville neighbor of the Makson family in whose wind-turbine surrounded home we are in. Cathi's story is not a happy one , none of the stories connected to wind turbines are (well, almost none). After a long fight against the turbine corporation (and complicit government), Cathi Orr lost, sold her 100 acre farm at a loss, and fled. But not far enough away... The hosts for this conversation are Linda and Paul Makson. They are surrounded by 16 giant wind turbines that creak and groan and whistle and whoosh all the time, day and night, but the infrasound is worse. And worse yet, New York taxpayers are paying for it, as per Governor Cuomo's fraudulent "green energy" program. (part 1 of 2) yoryevrah