SmartMeter Protesters Block PG&E Trucks in Marin; 2 Arrested (PICS, VIDEO)
PG&E spokesman Paul Moreno confirmed that the trucks, from Wellington Energy, Inc., are PG&E subcontractors installing SmartMeters.
Despite the assurances of PG&E and the California Public Utilities Commission, opponents of the digitized SmartMeters claim they may be emitting dangerous radioactive waves.
Sandizell-Smith told SF Weekly she's opposed to SmartMeters on three grounds: "Privacy -- I don't want to be watched all the time; health -- I want to see the peak pulse emissions from PG&E; and the under-the radar rollout -- they're installing them in our homes" ostensibly without permission. She says she was cited for impeding traffic and subsequently released.
Click below to see more photos -- and video -- of the protest and arrest.
Video | Velorution
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