Mark Steele: Technology Officer Appears To Make False Claims About Gateshead
Mark Steele is the Chief Technology Officer at a company called Reevu, he is a weapons sights system and signal processing systems expert.
When I first began campaigning against 5G, I was interviewed by Richie Allen. I had seen Marks videos and asked Richie to interview him, I told Mark that I had done so.
Mark went on to have many more interviews but for some reason wanted nothing to do with the 5G campaign, he was only interested in getting people to join his political party, SUN.
Never the less I had already changed the 5G leaflets to include his political party, expecting his approval meant that he would help the campaign too, even if it just meant mentioning it on FB let alone in interviews.
He never did.
I contacted a EMF research group to ask about Gateshead and the 5G connection.
I was informed that they had offered to go to Gateshead after talking to Mark, that they had offered to test the lamp posts and the people who had been affected, all free of charge.
This was offered several times and was refused by Mark.
They informed him that the equipment that he was using was not sufficient.
Some people offered to help Mark with his campaign against 5G and he declined.
Others mentioned that it would be a good idea to keep a log and test intermittently, he declined.
I then put the research group into contact with a a local from Gateshead, this woman had also supported Mark and even got him several interviews and they were able to pinpoint the same areas that Mark tested. There was no 5G coming from the lamp posts.
This leads me to the conclusion that Mark and his brother, Graham, who has been on my FB friend list under a false name of Ben Travis for some time, are not to be trusted.
Others are entitled to draw their own conclusions.