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A Santa Fe man who says he suffers from electromagnetic sensitivity is suing his next-door neighbor for refusing to turn off her cell phone and other electronic devices.
Monribot's actions have effectively ousted Firstenberg from the house he bought last year and forced him to stay with friends or in his car, says a document filed Monday in state District Court by lawyer Lindsay Lovejoy Jr.
Firstenberg "cannot stay in a hotel, because hotels and motels all employ wi-fi connections, which trigger a severe illness," says the request for a preliminary injunction. "If (Firstenberg) cannot obtain preliminary relief, he will be forced to continue to sleep in his car, enduring winter cold and discomfort, until this case can be heard."
Originally posted by LadySkadi
Well, I feel for the guy, it's in a similar vein to those suffering from chemical sensitivities and must be very hard to live with... certainly prevents him from living a "normal" or typical life. However, he has no control (and should not have any control) over those around him who are not on his property. His rights do not take precedence over another's. Sad for him. But, it's his problem to work out and it's his duty (to his health) to find a lifestyle and a living place that will best suit his health.