CRACTT PRESS RELEASE:
By Jane Celltower, President and Founder of Cractt - "Citizen's Rights Against Cell Tower Take-Over"
Does a wireless cell phone service provider have a right to sit around a 200 foot industrial-commercial cell phone tower weighing close to, or over 4000 pounds, complete with base station compound and the noise of a large power generator that runs on gas or diesel fuel, abutting or adjacent to your back or front yard? They can if your neighbor leases a small parcel land lot to a cell phone service provider and your City or County wireless zoning and building ordinance does not have well written property right protection. Or if local government officials did not seperate fact from fraudulent fiction within the cell tower application process, and approve the new cell tower siting in order to avoid a lawsuit by the cell tower applicant. Changing a once quiet piece of residential subdivision property, into a commerical, industrial spot zoning.
Now your neighbor makes a nice monthly income on a cell tower land lease while your Constitutional right to protect yourself and your property from such an invasion of privacy, nuisance, crime, visual blight, and property devaluation, has been voided. "If you think this scenario is too bazaar to be true, you would be mistaken. Through study and research, I have discovered these issues to be a problem for many Americans since former President Clinton signed and placed into legal action, the 1996 Telecommunications Act (TCA)," states Cractt Founder and President Jane Celltower. Cractt is the acronym for "Citizen's Rights Against Cell Tower Take-Over," with Jane Celltower serving as an alas name representing the average American John or Jane Doe who is left in the dark concerning legal issues, danger, health problems related to cell tower sitings and cell phone use.
As former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS) stated, the primary objective of the TCA was to establish a "framework where everybody can compete everywhere in everything,"by the removal of barriers that might block or reduce the rapid emergence of competition. Congressional Record at S.7906 (June7, 1995). Since the passing of the TCA, American homeowners are often pitted against not only their wireless service providers but their local government officials as well, when cell phone towers are being sat within residential and school properties. "I have a problem with that" states Jane Celltower, "as safety and legal facts, problems, and issues are often being voided in order to sit these cell towers. Wireless service providers and local governments actions should be transparent regarding any and all applications to sit cell towers before permit zoning and building approvals are provided. Section 704 of the TCA covers legalislative factors concerning locality cell tower siting decisions".
The Cractt website and social justice educational outreach is a grass roots lobbying effort which was started by less than a handful of people, who learned of a Georgia local government's success to conceal the building of a 150 foot cell monotower located within a residential property subdivision, from the general public. No public meeting, no rezoning signs posted on said land in question, nor posted website Internet information, hearing, or press release, was adhered to, or provided. Local ordinances were breached. Georgia's Zoning Procedure Laws, Georgia and United State's Constitutional Rights (5th and 14th Amendments) of citizens were breached in order to sit this cell tower, paving the way for a citizen rights Civil Lawsuit.
Deception, fraud, and vice of many United State's local government officials, cell phone company and cell tower building representatives are also noted within and throughout the Jane Celltower/ Cractt website at: www.janecelltower.com . Jane Celltower confirms, "The Cractt outreach is global in scope, educational in perspective, political in cause, with protection and safety of American citizens and their Constitutional right to safety, protection, privacy, and property rights."
THE SEVENTH AMENDMENT DEFINED:
"The Seventh Amendment (Amendment V11) of the United States Constitution, which is part of the Bill of Rights, codifies the right to a jury trial in certain civil trials. Unlike most of the Bill of Rights, the Supreme Court has not incorporated the amendment's requirements to the states under the Fourteenth Amendment. In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law." - Wikipedia
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