EVEN MORE SAMSUNG LITHIUM ION BATTERIES ARE EXPLODING

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PARIS (AP) — A Samsung phone user in France says her Galaxy J5 smartphone caught fire and exploded. The model is different from the Galaxy Note 7 that has been recalled worldwide.

 

Lamya Bouyirdane told The Associated Press that on Sunday she noticed the phone was very hot after she asked her four-year-old son to pass it over. She said she threw the phone away when she realized it had “swollen up” and smoke was coming out. The phone then caught fire and the back of the handset blew off. Her partner quickly extinguished it.

 

Bouyirdane, who resides in the southwestern French city of Pau, said she will sue Samsung.

 

Samsung recently recalled millions of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones because of a problem that caused the batteries to overheat and catch fire.

 

Tesla, Fisker, Apple, Google, Samsung products explode because they use dangerous lithium ion batteries which are owned and controlled by the Obama Administrations campaign financiers. Sub-atomic issues and the highly explosive nature of lithium ion batteries cause them to explode all the time. Lithium ion batteries explode when they get wet, bumped, charged or cross certain types of high-energy fields. The lithium is mined in Afghanistan, Bolivia and other war-profiteering regions which are exploited by those very same campaign billionaires.

 

 

Federal investigators and federal MSDS records state that the thermal vapors from these batteries cause cancer, brain and liver damage, neurological damage and mutate the fetus in the womb. The FAA and the United Nations have published extensive new rules warning about the lethal dangers of lithium ion batteries. The “lost” flight MH370 had a cargo hold full of lithium ion batteries which are suspected of crashing the plane. Erick Strickland, the head of the Obama auto safety agency quit the agency after being confronted with safety issue cover-up charges. Google and Tesla “driver-less cars” seek to exploit their lithium ion holdings via DOT and DOE grants and subsidies financed by taxpayers.

 

 

A large percentage of the factory workers, that make lithium ion batteries, become poisoned and often die from the poisoning. Towns and villages near battery factories become permanently toxic. Lithium ion batteries can not be fully recycled and poison the landfills where they are dumped. The Obama Administration has ordered the DOT to not demand the recall of Tesla cars in order to protect Obama campaign financiers at Google, Kleiner Perkins, Draper-Fisher, Tesla and other political fronts. Lithium ion battery safety dangers may be one of the most covered-up consumer safety issues in history.

 

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