Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Event Update For 2019-10-29

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2019-10-29 - Wildfire grows to 76,000 acres near Geyserville (Florida), 86+ homes destroyed:

Quote: "The massive blaze has consumed over 76,000 acres and has destroyed at least 189 structures, including 86 single-family homes. About 130,000 people in Northern California are under evacuation orders, down from 180,000, Newsom said."

2019-10-29 - Wildfire rages near coastal Port Macquarie (Australia), hundreds of koalas feared dead:

2019-10-29 - Twin-engine plane crashes into home, huge fire erupts, 2+ homes burn, in coastal Woodbridge Township (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2019-10-29 - Ancient soil from secret Greenland base suggests Earth could lose a lot of ice:

2019-10-29 - Far more people at risk of rising seas than feared, says climate study:

2019-10-29 - Record warm temperatures recorded in Alaska:

2019-10-29 - Magnitude 6.6 earthquake causes destruction on the island of Mindanao (Philippine Islands), 9 killed, 200 injured:

2019-10-29 - There is now civil unrest in France, Spain, Algeria, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, Hong Kong, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador and Bolivia:

2019-10-29 - Boat bursts into flame at 1:48 AM while docked at marina in coastal Ventura (California), nobody aboard:

Note: This is the 897th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-29 - Charter bus bursts into flame at 5:15 AM on South Avenue in Colonial Heights (Virginia):

Note: This is the 534th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-10-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just after 6 AM on I-24 near Murfreesboro Road in Nashville (Tennessee):

2019-10-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-35 near San Marcos (Texas):

2019-10-29 - Semi tractor bursts into flame while parked inside building near Arkansas City (Kansas):

Quote: "A semi-tractor caught fire Tuesday afternoon inside a building in the 27000 block of 85th Road (Greens Farm Road), near Arkansas City, ACFD Chief Bobby Wolfe confirmed."

2019-10-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Channel Street in coastal Abu Dhabi (UAE):

2019-10-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 3:23 AM on the M5 near coastal Avonmouth (Britain):

2019-10-29 - Tractor bursts into flame off Church Lane in Dunmow (Britain):

2019-10-29 - Tractor bursts into flame at Higher Norris Mill in Bockhampton (Britain):

Note: These are the 1911th, 1912th, 1913th, 1914th, 1915th, 1916th and 1917th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-29 - Truck bursts into flame on the A380 in South Devon (Britain):

2019-10-29 - RV bursts into flame at 2:30 AM on Bogel Road in East Haddam (Connecticut):

2019-10-29 - Two RVs, shed and home go up in flames on North Alder Place in Pilot Rock (Oregon):

Quote: "Two people were transported to St. Anthony Hospital for possible burns and smoke inhalation caused by a structure fire on the 200 block of North Alder Place Tuesday night. The fire also destroyed a shed and two recreational vehicles."

Note: These are the 391st, 392nd and 393rd RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-10-29 - Police SUV bursts into flame while parked in Blue Grass (Iowa):

2019-10-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking garage at hospital in Charlottesville (Virginia):

2019-10-29 - Car bursts into flame on Daniels Parkway in coastal Fort Myers (Florida):

2019-10-29 - Car bursts into flame before 6:45 AM on I-380 in Cedar Rapids (Iowa):

2019-10-29 - Car bursts into flame on Woodland Heights in Palmer (Massachusetts):

2019-10-29 - Car bursts into flame on road east of Humboldt (Canada):

2019-10-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to shed, on Jess Drive in Rochester (Australia):

2019-10-29 - Car bursts into flame on the A46 near East Bridgford (Britain):

2019-10-29 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-85 between Chantilly and Waugh (Alabama):

2019-10-29 - SUV, car and garage destroyed by fire, home damaged, on the banks of the Rock River near Beloit (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The house is located on the western bank of the Rock River between Janesville and Beloit. Two vehicles burned in the fire, an SUV and a car. One vehicle was in the garage; one was parked just outside, Janesville Battalion Chief Ryan Murphy said."

2019-10-29 - Auto shop destroyed by huge fire in Phoenix (Arizona):

2019-10-29 - Barn and 500 tons of straw destroyed by fire at 2:01 AM on Mersea Road in Peldon (Britain):

2019-10-29 - Pile of railroad ties goes up in flames at 3:23 AM in Commerce (California):

2019-10-29 - Office trailer destroyed by fire at trucking business in Springfield (Ohio):

2019-10-29 - Home damaged by fire at 3 AM on Whipple Street in coastal Fall River (Massachusetts):

2019-10-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire on James Avenue in Colonial Heights (Virginia):

Note: About 1.2 miles as the gas blows from where the charter bus burst into flame on this day...

2019-10-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:48 AM on Van Buskirk Road in Teaneck (New Jersey):

2019-10-29 - Deadly fire burns home on Choctaw Street in Grenada (Mississippi), 1 killed:

2019-10-29 - Deadly fire burns home just after midnight on South Antonio Avenue in Aguilar (Colorado), 1 killed:

2019-10-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire near Hess Drive in Pratt (West Virginia):

2019-10-29 - Girl, 5, dies in swimming pool and girl, 17, in grave condition, in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

Quote: "The 5-year-old pulled from a pool in the Casa del Monte Mobile Home Park has died, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. The 17-year-old is in 'grave condition,' according to Capt. Albert Borroto."

2019-10-29 - Passenger, man, 79, dies after passenger plane makes emergency landing in coastal St. John's (Canada):

Quote: "A passenger on a flight from New York to London was pronounced dead after an emergency landing in St. John's on Tuesday. Const. James Cadigan of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary said a man from [coastal] London was pronounced dead shortly after the landing, around 4 p.m."

2019-10-29 - Person found dead in the water near pier at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2019-10-29 - Man, 41, found dead in ditch near Old Ocean City Boulevard in Berlin (Maryland), near the coast:

2019-10-29 - Person found dead along Berry Boulevard in Louisville (Kentucky):

2019-10-29 - Man, 37, drops dead on observation deck at Wagner Falls in Alger County (Michigan):

Quote: "A report had been made regarding a male subject lying unresponsive on the observation deck overlooking the falls. Troopers arrived at the scene and found a 37-year-old lower Michigan man deceased."

2019-10-29 - Man drops dead near Scenic Avenue and North Vasco Road in Livermore (California):

2019-10-29 - Man found dead outside home in Williamsburg County (South Carolina):

2019-10-29 - Man found dead with surfboard at beach in coastal Delray Beach (Florida):

2019-10-29 - Person found dead in submerged car in Clear Creek near Golden (Colorado):

2019-10-29 - Man found dead in van in Rockbridge County (Virginia):

2019-10-29 - Woman found dead on beach at coastal Flamborough Head (Britain):

2019-10-29 - Person has 'medical emergency' on cruise ship in Chesapeake Bay near coastal Kent Island (Maryland):

Quote: "A person was rescued by helicopter from a cruise ship in Queen Anne’s County after suffering from a medical emergency on Tuesday night. At around 9:40 p.m. on Tuesday, Maryland State Police were called by the U.S. Coast Guard to hoist a patient who was having a medical emergency aboard a cruise ship in the Chesapeake Bay."

2019-10-29 - Man, 56, has heart problems on fishing boat near coastal Cape Hatteras (North Carolina):

Quote: "A Jayhawk helicopter was able to safely transport a man on a fishing boat who was experiencing heart attack symptoms."

2019-10-29 - Driver has 'medical issue', pickup truck veers off road, crashes into parked car and home, in Springfield (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Quote: "Springfield police spokesman Ryan Walsh said the driver appeared to have had some kind of medical issue that caused him to lose control and go off the road just before 1 p.m."

2019-10-29 - Training plane crashes on the island of Cyprus (Turkey), 2 killed:

2019-10-29 - Tractor trailer crashes into ditch on I-65 in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2019-10-29 - Tractor trailer overturns at 6 AM on I-80 in Venango County (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-29 - SUV crashes around, gets hit by another SUV, on Gallatin Pike in East Nashville (Tennessee), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police later identified the driver as 21-year-old Austin J. Watkins of East Nashville. Police say it may be possible that a medical issue contributed to Watkins losing control of his car."

2019-10-29 - SUV veers off road at 7 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Livingston County (Michigan), 2 killed:

2019-10-29 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, near coastal Lantana (Florida), 1 injured:

2019-10-29 - Car crashes off bridge and plunges into Bear Creek on Highway 84 between Wicksburg and Dothan (Alabama), 1 injured:

2019-10-29 - Naked man climbs on top of transit bus in coastal Oakland (California):

Quote: "West Grand Avenue at Market Street is blocked to traffic in both directions as police try to coax a naked man down from the roof of an AC Transit bus. The man is yelling and pacing on the roof of the bus. Oakland Police have propped a ladder against the bus and are attempting to talk him down."

2019-10-29 - Man strips naked and enters porch at home shortly after 3 AM in St. Joseph (Missouri):

Quote: "Shortly after 3 a.m., St. Joseph police responded to the 2600 block of South 14th Street on a report of a nude man trespassing on private property. When police arrived, they found the man completely nude. Police said he had taken his clothes off and entered the back porch. The man was transported to Mosaic Life Care for a mental health evaluation."

2019-10-29 - Man, 28, runs around yelling in Hanover Borough (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Hanover Borough Police detained a man who was reported to be running down the street naked and yelling, according to an affidavit filed with District Judge Dwayne Dubs. When police arrived at 11:05 p.m. at the 200 block of Baltimore Street, they saw a completely naked man running north on Baltimore Street. He was identified as Christopher James Gross, 28, of Hanover, the affidavit said."

2019-10-29 - Sinkhole opens and causes evacuations in Altamonte Springs (Florida):

2019-10-29 - Cyclone Kyarr, currently the strongest storm on Earth, is breaking all sorts of records:

2019-10-29 - Harvest lags in Iowa, and this week's snow won't help:

2019-10-29 - Six popular Apple varieties are being recalled over potential listeria contamination, here’s what you should know:

2019-10-29 - China's ocean waste surges 27% in 2018:

2019-10-29 - Extremely rare purple lobster caught in Maine:

2019-10-29 - Climate change protesters disrupt mining conference in Australia:

2019-10-29 - Here are 14 signs that the US economy is steadily weakening:


  1. Hey Jonny, everyone. Big changes ahead (weather-wise, at least) here. Windy already.

    Two young girls in the same pool have "medical episodes." Think they'll check the water in the pool? Nah, nobody else died, besides - "it's bad for bizniss." Many others on this day having serious problems in or around water.

    (snark) I'm sure all those naked guys running around screaming are on "bath salts" or some other drug. Ya know, anything but reality to explain aberrant behavior to the masses.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS: US Military Collapse In 20 Years Due To Climate Change [~ 22 min.]

    What In The World Is The Federal Reserve Thinking???

    You don’t use up all of your ammunition before the battle even begins. The U.S. economy has not even officially entered recession territory yet, although many experts are definitely anticipating one in 2020. When that recession arrives, the Federal Reserve is going to want as much ammunition to fight it as possible. So I was horrified to learn that the Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that interest rates are being slashed once again. We have now had three interest rate cuts in 2019 as the Federal Reserve desperately attempts to revive the stalling U.S. economy. But what are they going to do during the next recession when they have already pushed interest rates all the way to the floor and they can’t push them any lower? In addition, in recent days the Federal Reserve has decided to absolutely flood the financial system with new money in a desperate attempt to stabilize the repo market. In essence, the Federal Reserve has launched a massive new round of quantitative easing even before a major crisis has erupted on Wall Street. I can understand trying to be proactive, but in reality quantitative easing is an extreme emergency measure that should only be used in the most desperate of situations. If the Fed is creating this much new money now, what are they going to do once things really get bad? Are we destined to become the next Venezuela? [more]

    [more below]

  2. [this came in late yesterday, so i missed it]
    Roundup of new southern California wildfires, October 30, 2019

    [here's the skinny on just one of them]

    Easy Fire causes evacuations near Reagan Presidential Library

    Ventura County Fire Department officials said the fire has burned about 1,400 acres. [more; 1400 acres so far]

    At least two semi trucks have been overturned by the wind.

    Chile Cancels Plan to Host UN Climate Summit Amid Civil Unrest at Home

    The UNFCCC said it is exploring alternative options for hosting COP 25 and might push back the date. Chile's APEC summit plan was also cancelled [more]

    Strange Black "UFOs"MIGHT Be Mysterious FLYING iPod - Incredible Craft! [MrMBB333 video] [~ 13/5 min.]

    Extremely dangerous fire weather conditions for California, 26 million people under red flag warning

    Critical and extremely critical fire weather conditions continue across parts of California through Thursday, October 31, 2019, especially for southern California. At least 10 fires are burning across the state on October 30, with more than 26 million people under red flag warning. Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) cut off power to about 1 million customers in Northern California earlier this week in an attempt to prevent wildfires. [more]

    Image of the Day: Satellite view of Diablo winds spreading the Kincade Fire in California

    Hundreds of koalas perish as Australia bushfires rage – “This is just a national tragedy”

    King Penguin turns up thousands of kilometers from home at Cape Point Beach, South Africa

    4-year-old boy fatally mauled by pit bull, mother hospitalized in Hazel Park, Michigan

    First ever dead sperm whale found on Welsh beach - only 2nd record for UK in a century

    Two eruptions at Sakurajima volcano in Japan

    Strong earthquake hits the Philippines again

    Manila - A magnitude 6.5 earthquake rocked southern Philippines still reeling from two strong tremors this month, killing at least five people and causing previously damaged buildings and homes to collapse. [more]


  3. Thursday, 31 October 2019
    Are some chickens coming home to roost?


    [though the first ~ 47 min. video is from Hal Turner, the second ~ 10.5 min. sound cloud piece is independent and says the same]

    The state of Israel is CLOSING all of its foreign Embassies, worldwide, effective immediately. No consular services will be available and no persons will be permitted entry until further notice.

    Benghazi "Stand-Down" Order was to Cover-up ILLEGAL WEAPONS DEALS done by U.S. State Dept.

    ISIS is a US-Israeli Creation: Indication 2: ISIS Leader Baghdadi a Mossad Agent

    Iranian intelligence discovered the true and full identity of the Emir Daash, which is known under the name Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi; his real name is Elliot Shimon. Its role in Mossad secret agent in the Zionist espionage. His false name: Ibrahim ibn Awad ibn Ibrahim Al Al Badri Arradoui Hoseini.
    The plan: get into the military and civilian heart of the countries that are declared as a threat to Israel in order to destroy to facilitate thereafter, the takeover by the Zionist state on the entire [more]

  4. 176 People Stung by Stingrays in Single Day at This California Beach

    Warm waters at California's Huntington Beach recently brought out a staggering number of stingrays. [more; 49 sec. video]

    Calm Coming After Days of Extreme Winds, Fire: California Update

    In Northern California, PG&E has restored power to nearly all its customers blacked out earlier this week. Meanwhile, at least 10 large wildfires are still burning across the state. The good news is winds are expected to ebb this weekend. [more]

    Fire on moving train kills 71 passengers in central Pakistan

    massive fire caused by a cooking gas stove erupted Thursday on a train traveling in Pakistan's eastern Punjab province, killing at least 71 passengers, officials said.

    Flames roared through the train cars as the train approached the town of Liaquatpur in Punjab, they said, the latest tragedy to hit Pakistan's dilapidated, poorly maintained and mismanaged rail system.

    Survivors recounted horrific scenes of fellow passengers screaming as they jumped through the windows and off the train, flames billowing from the carriages.

    Deputy Commissioner Jamil Ahmed said the fire broke out when a gas stove exploded as breakfast was being prepared on board. He added that the death toll had risen steadily since the early morning. [more]

    Keystone Pipeline Shuts After Oil Spill in North Dakota

    The Keystone crude oil pipeline was shut following a spill in North Dakota, the third along the pipeline’s route in less than three years, roiling Canadian and U.S. oil markets. [more]

    Police say body of British tourist missing in Cambodia found

    The police chief for Preah Sihanouk province, Maj. Gen. Chuon Narin, said the body of 21-year-old Amelia Bambridge was discovered in the Gulf of Thailand northwest of Koh Rong, where she disappeared after attending a beach party on the night of Oct. 23.

    Cambodia officials had openly leaned toward the theory that she drowned in the sea, because her bag with money and a cellphone was found on a rock near the edge of the ocean.[more]

    [continued below]

  5. Kincade Fire Growth Slows To 76,825 Acres Amid PG&E Blackouts; More Than 200 Structures Lost In Northern California Wine Country – Update

    [still classified as "entertainment"!]

    Fire prompts evacuations southeast of Los Angeles [~ 1 min. news video]

    [from Rogue Agency News]
    Report says CIA-trained Afghan forces behind war atrocities

    The report says U.S.-led peace talks to end the 18-year-old war have omitted addressing the fate of the Afghan special forces that work "as part of the covert operations of the Central Intelligence Agency." The report suggests either disbanding them or bringing them under the control of the Defense Ministry.

    "These troops include Afghan strike forces who have been responsible for extrajudicial executions and enforced disappearances, indiscriminate airstrikes, attacks on medical facilities, and other violations of international humanitarian law, or the laws of war," it says. [more; disband the CIA!]

    Tour guide stung to death by crazed giant wasps in front of shocked holidaymakers in Thailand

    Horrified tourists saw their tour guide stung to death by crazed giant wasps, who then feasted on his body for four days. [more]

    Exclusive: J&J's own expert, working for FDA, found asbestos in Baby Powder

    Strong storm may cause significant power disruptions in Northeast [~ 4 min. AccuWeather report;]

    [we're in for a bad night, probably power outages]

    Big Oil, investors face returns reckoning amid darkening economy

    Darkening clouds over the global economy have led two of the world's top oil firms to warn investors that promised growth in returns could be at risk for the first time since the 2014 oil downturn.

    Both BP and Royal Dutch Shell, which account for nearly 15% of the FTSE's total dividends, signalled this week that billions of dollars in shareholder returns could be delayed as oil prices failed to make their expected recovery. [more; gas is UP to $2.75/gal here]

  6. Looks like we've gone from the moral high ground and being a shining beacon of freedom and goodwill to outright thievery, lying, and bulling.

    Theft as virtue: US regime 'justifies' the stealing Syria's oil

    On October 26th, the New York Times headlined "Keep the Oil': Trump Revives Charged Slogan for New Syria Troop Mission" and opened by saying that "in recent days, Mr. Trump has settled on Syria's oil reserves as a new rationale for appearing to reverse course and deploy hundreds of additional troops to the war-ravaged country." They closed with a statement from Bruce Riedel, retired from the CIA: "'Let's say he does do it,' Mr. Riedel said. 'Let's say we establish the precedent that we are in the Middle East to take the oil. The symbolism is really bad.'" The propaganda-value of a 'news'-report is concentrated in its opening, and especially in what the 'reporter' (fulfilling the intentions of his editors) selected to be at the very end (such as Riedel's statement). However, is what's wrong with taking Syria's oil actually the "symbolism," as Riedel said, or is it instead the theft — the reality (and why did the NYT pretend that it's the latter)? Nowhere did that NYT article use the word "theft," or anything like it, but that is the actual issue here — not mere 'symbolism'. [more]

    More bad news: Dozens of Boeing 737NG jetliners grounded worldwide due to cracks

    Boeing announced Thursday up to 50 of its popular 737NG planes had been grounded after cracks were detected in them, in another blow to the U.S. aircraft maker following two deadly crashes.

    The NG is a precursor plane to the Boeing 737 MAX, which has been grounded since mid-March following the two deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. [more]

    Sanders: $3.8B annual US military aid to Israel should be leveraged to end horrific treatment of Palestinians

    "We have a right to say to the Israeli government that the United States of America and our taxpayers and our people believe in human rights, we believe in democracy, we will not accept authoritarianism or racism." [more; bwah-haah-haaaaaaaaa - ah you fuckin' kiddin' me?!]

    On the absurdity of the Neocons' Syrian oil fairy tale

    Is the US really keeping US troops in Syria and sending M1 Abrams tanks (or other mechanized vehicles) and several hundred additional soldiers to Syria to keep the "bad guys" from reaping this paltry $1 million/day "windfall"? In this case, the bad guys are: what remains of a degraded ISIS after Baghdadi's demise; the lawful Syrian Assad government; Russia as the country that holds contractual rights to Syrian oil; and all-round villain Iran. The insignificant amount of money to be gained by the US garnering the Deir ez-Zor region's oil production is far less than the costs US taxpayers will incur for deploying and sustaining 30 or so fuel-guzzling armored vehicles and at least 400 soldiers (not to mention the requisite air support, quick-response backup teams, med-evac capability, intelligence, security, life support, etc.) at a remote desert location along the Euphrates River in southern Syria. [more; yeah, we jus' do shit, den we t'ink abot-it]

    [next piece follows]

  7. CEO Jack Dorsey: Twitter to stop running all political advertising; Zuckerberg not clear where to draw the line

    [right Zuck has to get his marching orders from the Mossad]

    Damascus: Syrian army ready to accept Kurdish fighters, urged to join forces

    For its part, the Interior Ministry invited Kurdish internal security units, known as Asayish, to join and promised to provide services to residents in the country's northeast.

    Turkey launched a cross-border operation on 9 October allegedly to fight Kurdish militants and snatched a portion of Syrian land. After losing their main ally, Kurds struck a deal with Damascus that sent troops to patrol the border with Turkey. [more]

    Evacuations after Cyclone Kyarr brings coastal floods to UAE and Oman

    Local media reported that around 20 houses were flooded with seawater in Kalba, Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. Residents of the houses have been evacuated. Businesses and roads were also flooded and schools were closed. Gulf News reported waves of 7 feet (2 metres) in the area. [more]

    Lightning strikes kill 8, injure 4 in Vidarbha, India

    [SOTT]Comment: Elsewhere in India on the same day a lighting strike killed 2 workers in Telangana. [more]

    Denver weather: Another record broken as temperatures plunge to near zero

    It was our third record temperature in 3 days and one more record is expected Thursday morning. [morning]

    US braces for arctic blast as Chicago gets earliest snowfall in 30 years, temperatures set to drop 30 degrees

    A freeze warning has been issued for several states across the country, including Texas, regions in California, the Carolinas and Georgia.

    Many of those areas will see temperatures dip into the [3]0s and 20s starting Thursday and continue on into Friday. [more]

    All-time record cold sweeps Alberta, Canada

    Why you should never buy CBD products from Amazon

    There are no reputable companies selling CBD on Amazon!

    The e-commerce giant — which controls an estimated 40% of all U.S. e-commerce1 and handles more consumer searches than Google2 — has been found to sell counterfeit supplements on more than one occasion. In July 2019, Wired reported3 that Amazon had pulled fake Align probiotics by third-party sellers off its site and issued full refunds to customers.

    Now, the Organic & Natural Health Association warns that Amazon may be defrauding customers twice by preventing genuine high-quality cannabidiol (CBD) products from being sold on its site, while simultaneously promoting and selling products that claim to contain CBD but don't. [more]