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Chad Loder Jul 28
PORTLAND: If you smell chlorine while wearing a properly-fitted respirator, it means you’re absorbing liquid through your skin. They could be misting you with the hypochlorous acid (“chlorine water”) used for cleaning jail cells. It reacts with the ammonia in your sweat.
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Chad Loder Jul 28
Replying to @chadloder
With a properly-fitted respirator and a **gas cartridge**, you shouldn’t smell *anything*. A “chlorine” smell is actually that of chloramines, specifically trichloramine. Chlorine reacts with with ammonia to produce that “pool smell”. Sweat makes it worse.
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Chad Loder
If you’re wearing a P100 cartridge for particulates only, then it will work against most tear “gas”. CS, CN, and CR “tear gas” are not gas, they are aerosols (fine droplets or fine powders). But CR can also deployed as an aqeuous solution, from water cannon or backpack sprayer.
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Chad Loder Jul 28
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Here is what a backpack or knapsack anti-riot sprayer device looks like. Chinese riot police use these. If you see feds wearing something this, they’re spraying you with a fine mist of aqueous solution. If it’s worse when you sweat, and if it makes you puke: it’s probably CR.
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Chad Loder Jul 28
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Here’s a picture of a Fed wearing a knapsack spraying device in Portland. The “chlorine smell” is odd, though — not a reported side effect of dibenzoxazepine (CR) exposure. Which is why I wonder if they’re using disinfectant. CR should be VERY painful on skin, immediately.
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Chad Loder Jul 28
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Write down the date / times / locations of exposures: what you saw, smelled, and heard. Keep a log of your symptoms, with photos and medical records. Bag, freeze, label your used gas mask filters (while wearing gloves and gas mask). Treat clothes worn as contamination hazard.
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Chad Loder Jul 28
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DHS / ICE have used disinfectant spray against detainees. In ICE's huge Adelanto facility, agents abused a powerful, dangerous disinfectant called "HDQ Neutral" indoors in unventilated areas. The detainees complained of burning eyes and coughing up blood.
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Chad Loder Jul 28
Replying to @chadloder
The leading manufacturers of the chemical weapons currently being used against veterans, journalists, and soccer moms in Portland are US-based. The main manufacturing plant of the leading teargas manufacturer in Pennsylvania has one road in, one road out.
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Chad Loder Jul 28
Replying to @WorthRises
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Chad Loder Jul 28
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Reports from : “Spoke to someone on the ground for the last couple nights and said the yellow gas hit way harder and burned his skin immediately” ✅ CR “gas” (dibenzoxazepine) me: “Did it smell sweet, almost pleasant?” : “Yeah!” ✅ CR “gas” used during The Troubles
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Chad Loder Jul 29
Replying to @chadloder
To protect from skin irritation caused by chemical agents, Hong Kong protesters learned to wrap their skin with plastic cling wrap — especially exposed areas of face and neck. Clothing makes an ineffective barrier by itself. Ask where on their body people are getting burned.
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Chad Loder Jul 29
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If a person wanted to turn any leafblower into a powerful misting sprayer, they could buy a $35 attachment called The Mosquito Sniper. PERFECT for dealing with those invasive pests which invade Portland at this time of year.
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Chad Loder Jul 29
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Clean your respirators regularly. Replace your filter cartridges regularly.
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Chad Loder Jul 29
Replying to @chadloder
Keep track of ALL new symptoms: respiratoy, skin, hair, vision, hearing, taste, smell, digestion, menstruation
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