The body of a whistleblower who exposed the U.S. government’s plan to release millions of GMO mosquitoes into the public was found floating in a D.C. hotel pool.
The body of 45-year-old Milagro de Mier was found in the pool of a hotel close to the DC Convention Center on April 10. Milagro had blown the whistle on plans by the US Food and Drug Administration and Environmental Protection Agency to release 50 million genetically-modified mosquitoes in Florida and Texas.
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Memoryholeblog.org reports: “These GMO mosquitoes could pose major risks to fragile ecosystems like the Florida Keys and Texas and may pose risks to public health and safety,” de Mier argued on the page of her Change.org petition.
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Fox News5 reports on April 10:
Authorities said they were called to the Cambria Hotel & Suites Washington, D.C. Convention Center in the 890 block of O Street, NW at about 9:40 a.m.
According to a police report, a witness found an unconscious woman floating inside the rooftop pool and called 911.
When emergency crews responded to the scene they found the woman facedown and attempted to revive her but she was pronounced dead at the scene.
Authorities later identified the woman as 45-year-old Milagro Demier of Key West, Florida.
Detectives said a death investigation was underway to determine the circumstances surrounding the drowning. No other details were immediately available.
Milagro “Mila” De Mier’s petition at Change.org encourages people to publicly voice their concern to the FDA and Environmental Protection Agency during a “public comment period” on Oxitec’s mosquito release, which ended April 9. The petition had recently exceeded over 190,000 signatures.
De Mier describes the campaign at Change.org:
Right now, a British company named Oxitec is planning to release genetically modified mosquitoes into the fragile enviroment of the Florida Keys and Texas. The company wants to use the Florida Keys and Texas as a testing ground for these mutant bugs.
Even though the local community in the Florida Keys has spoken — we even passed an ordinance demanding more testing — First, Oxitec is trying to use a loophole by applying to the FDA for an “animal bug” patent. Now, the hot potato has passed to the EPA and Oxitec is at it again. This profit driven biotech company wants to release more than 50 million GMO mosquitoes per week into Florida and Texas. These GMO mosquitoes could pose major risks to fragile ecosystems like the Florida Keys and Texas and may pose risks to public health and safety.
GMO Mosquitoes are created with E-Coli bacteria, herpes-simplex virus and other ingredients. This is very premature technology with very little information, a lot of questions need to be answer[ed].
The Center for Disease Control notes that Oxitec’s trials are not set up to test for disease reduction. If the experiments goes forward, there would still be enough non-GMO mosquitoes in the environment, including in peoples’ homes and backyards, to spread disease.
With her petition picking up steam and the EPA’s public comment period ending, de Mier’s recent Tweets indicate that she was on her way to the EPA in person to request that EPA Director Scott Pruitt extend the time for public comment on the mosquito release another 60 days.
@MajorNews911 Over 3 billions GMO Mosquitoes coul be the next testing site in Harris County for British Biotech Oxitec. Monday 9 April is the last day for public comment on the EPA # risk#peopleneedto be inform#harriscounty #tx
— Mila de Mier (@MiladeMier) April 7, 2018
The last post on de Mier’s Twitter account was in the late morning of April 9.
— Mila de Mier (@MiladeMier) April 9, 2018
Our condolences go out to this brave soul’s family. The world is surely in need of more Mila de Miers.