Communications to San Diego Officials
Advising of Aerial Spraying Health Risks
January 16, 2015 Email to San Diego Mayor, Copies to City Council Members (click here) No Response.
January 20, 2015 Email to San Diego Chief of Police (click here) No Response.
February 18, 2015 Letter to San Diego Chief of Police (click here) No Response.
March 31, 2015 Letter to San Diego Chief of Police (click here) No Response.
March 18, 2015 telephone call from SDPD: Herndon summarizes: I received a phone call from Lt. Marshall White, Internal Affairs San Diego Police Department, regarding my communication to the Chief of Police. We spoke for a long time, 30+ minutes, during which time I gave him a clear picture of what is happening locally and in the broader picture. I could tell that he was constantly trying to deflect my efforts to other agencies, cordially, but unsuccessfully. Eventually, I brought to focus the basis for alleging crimes against humanity, and the responsibility of the Chief of Police and the Mayor. I pointed out that if a citizen such as myself were spraying toxic substances into the atmosphere, the San Diego Police would not hesitate to stop the action, likely with authorized deadly force. To his argument of lack of resources, I countered that the only resources needed were those to call a press conference and bring this matter out into the open. I ended the call on a positive note, offering to meet with the Chief of Police and the Mayor. But that never materialized and to my knowledge, neither Mayor Kevin Faulconer nor Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman warned citizens of the risks involved or attempted to stop the poisoning of San Diagans by toxic aerolized coal fly ash.