Friend to Wind Turbine Victims, French Senator Jean Germain, Dies Mysterious Death



Written by Mark Duchamp, World Council for Nature on 10 Apr 2015

French Senator Jean Germain, a friend of windfarm victims, has been found dead in what appears to be a suicide. He had made increasingly effective political opposition against ‘Big Green’ interests in recent times. His death may be considered suspicious. Jean Germain As UK national newspaper, The Guardiannoted:

“He is a martyr of the republic. He has been thrown to the dogs” said his lawyer (1).
Recently, Jean Germain had convinced his fellow Senators to propose an amendment doubling the setback between wind turbines and habitations to 1,000 meters. The French government, house of representatives and  wind industry are opposed to it.
In a country like France, a 1,000-meter buffer zone would make relatively few wind projects possible. But the majority of Senators thought the health of their constituents was more important.
Other French politicians who, according to the authorities, committed suicide:
 Pierre Bérégovoy in 1993, who “shot himself” – yet it turned out later that he had two bullets in his head (sic)  (2)
– Robert Boulin, who was found in a pond in 1979, with clear evidence of blows to the face – in other words, this Minister would have commited suicide by beating himself up (3).
– There may be more examples…
We are not implying that the death of Jean Germain is suspicious. We are just remembering that, in these matters, it may take years before the whole truth is known. Prudently, a number of media have been titling: French senator found dead in apparent suicide (4).
If you read French, see the moving letter from Pascale Hoffmeyer, WCFN’s Coordinator for Switzerland: “… the distress of giant turbines’ neighbours …” (5).
Mark Duchamp      +34 693 643 736

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