Drawing on first hand observations, John R. Graham and Dr. Pierre Morin give us a glimpse into the policy, science and controversy leading to the fluoridation of public drinking water supplies and the ensuing litigation and cover-up centering around the harmful effects of fluorine. Beginning with a thorough analysis and discussion of natural law as developed and applied by the United States Supreme Court, the authors argue that fluoridation of public water supplies can no longer be continued. Next, the authors discuss the scientific basis for their arguments. Citing to numerous studies and explaining the mathematics used by some of the world's leading doctors and toxicologists, the authors lead us to the inevitable conclusion that fluoride is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths and many more illnesses in America each year. The authors also provide a captivating account of three state cases. Although factually different, the subsequent appellate decisions in each case leaves untouched trial court findings as to the harmful effects of fluoride. In conclusion, the authors survey the evidence suggesting a cover-up of the harmful effects by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. In closing, they predict the practice of artificially fluoridating public drinking water supplies will one day cease.
Graham, John Remington and Morin, Pierre-Jean
"Highlights in North American Litigation During the Twentieth Century on Artificial Fluoridation of Public Water Supplies,"
Florida State University Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law: Vol. 14
, Article 1.
Available at: https://ir.law.fsu.edu/jluel/vol14/iss2/1