Mercury poisoning is very difficult. It really affects everything and makes you feel suicidal. I never felt suicidal until after I was exposed. Lab tests show that I have the kind of body that holds onto heavy metals rather than release them. There is a certain percentage of population which this is true. That means the posions are going deeper and deeper into my organs and getting it out is dangerous and I can't do it with close medical supervision but I can't find any help. I also have severe complex PTSD from abuse and threats from the neighborhood leaders who are behind this project and decided it would be easier to beat me down than to help me and they wanted to cover up the environmental crimes they were committing so they made me the sacrifice.
I was displaced from my home in East Mt Airy when the industrial land that was full of chemicals was illegally up and toxic vapor released. There was also demolition without permits of brick and cement structures and large swaths of the excavation of contaminated soil that caused years of silicosis causing dust and chemical poisoning. I was in hospital several times and even though doctors told the city to get me out of harms was I was ignored and taunted by the city leaders who were behind the project. I am getting weaker as the years go by from the chemicals and still cough. I will never be able to live in my home again. This is Environmental Injustice at it's worse. I can not get the help I need due to the politics of the project and endless threats and attacks on me. I can not get out much.
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