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16 November 2017

Mother Who Believes a 'Wi-Fi Allergy' Drove Her 15-Year-Old Daughter to Kill Herself Urges the Removal of Wireless Internet from Schools across Britain

Jennifer Fry
Mother who believes a 'Wi-Fi allergy' drove her 15-year-old daughter to kill herself urges the removal of wireless internet from schools across Britain
16 November 2017

  • Jennifer Fry found hanged in woodland near her home in Oxfordshire, April 2015
  • Inquest heard she was depressed by the suicide of her friend Tom a year earlier
  • But, her mother Debra claimed her allergy to Wi-Fi was reason behind her death
  • Mrs Fry is now campaigning for Wi-Fi to be banned from schools and hospitals

A mother who believes her 15-year-old daughter took her own life because she was 'allergic to Wi-Fi' has called on the Government to ban wireless devices in schools.

Jennifer Fry was found hanged in a woodland near her home in Chadlington, Oxfordshire, during April 2015.

The teenager was still wearing her school uniform when she was discovered by her mother Debbie - six months after she had written her first suicide note.

An inquest the following year heard Jennifer had been deeply depressed by the suicide of her close friend, Tom Boomer 2014.

The coroner recorded a verdict of suicide but minutes later retracted it because the family argued that Jenny had sent texts telling friends her location so that she could be found and stopped.

Instead giving a narrative verdict, Mr Salter acknowledged the teenager had taken her own life but could not be sure of her intentions.

Jennifer's parents believe an 'allergy to Wi-Fi', which was wreaking havoc with her health, was also to blame for her death.

Speaking at her inquest, Mrs Fry said her daughter had 'classic' symptoms of being hyper-sensitive to electromagnetic fields.

She claimed these were headaches, tiredness and bladder problems coming after she was exposed to Wi-Fi at her school.

Mrs Fry is now on a quest to ensure other children do not suffer the same tragic fate and is particularly concerned about the Government's plans to install wireless internet throughout the NHS.

She told Gloucester News: 'They are planning to put in something that makes the sick, sicker.

'There's some urgency to which the whole of the UK's population needs to be told this technology is not as safe as we are led to believe.'

Up to four per cent of the general population believe themselves to be affected by electro or radiosensitivity and experience flu-like symptoms, headaches, lethargy and nausea when exposed to various electrical appliances.

However, It is not recognised as a disability or a medical condition in the UK.

Anti-Wi-Fi campaigner Alan Cooke said the wireless connection stop our bodies cells from regenerating, making us vulnerable to illness.

He said: 'Anything that is wireless will emit microwave radiation - that's a fact. If you are receiving that over a period of time your cells will not repair - they will cause diseases.

'It's not just me saying it - it's top independent scientists and doctors. It's not something the Government wants to tell people about.'

According to the NHS Choices website 'research suggests it's unlikely that mobile phones or base stations increase the risk of health problems.'

But Mrs Fry is not alone in raising her health concerns around Wi-Fi connections.

Therapist Rachel Hinks quit her job and moved 230 miles from home to live in a shed, due to her battle with electromagnetic hypersensitivity.

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