posted on Sep, 12 2014 @ 02:30 AM
Forgive me if I'm mistaken, but I do remember the case of mysterious towers being ercted in American cities in mid-late 90s. They caused interest
back then but it seems that entire affair waned a little.
Anyway, it's an excellent decoy. All you have to say is that you're building a tower for cellular transmissions and everyone is like "ah, okay,
build what you want" and instantly loses any suspicions.
And the fact that modern smartphones allow us to carry and transmit lots of private data - including bank information - makes them ripe for the
picking for anyone who wants to gather such data. And since doing so thru official carriers is troublesome, requires court permissions and attracts
public attention, there's probably a second grid of towers used deliberately only for that single purpose.
Also if we are in the realm of conspiracy - remember another issue from 90s, the microwave devices used for crowd control/interacting with
implants/causing harrasment by dehydration or brain damage? This might be also it.