Ohio Edison Criminal Activity
Ohio Administrative Code
» 4901 state
that the citizenry, victims of a monopoly controlled economic and
social order is probably more of a correct statement in 2018, are
free to choose analog or digital metering.
In 2016 the
oversight committee of the utility monopoly here known as PUCO and Ohio
themselves both informed us in 2016 that they would adhere to the law
and we would be free to keep our analog meter.
However, here it is
February 16, 2018 almost to the anniversary of the promise 2 years ago
monopoly without notice disconnected our power to slip a digital
meter on the private property anyway.
The following is the first
rough draft in a public statement I intend to publish.
On February 16, 2018 I
was into a 68
hour recovery of documents being retrieved from an ailing hard drive.
Suddenly the power was disconnected, then shortly thereafter the
power came back on, but the damage was already done. The recovery
was a total loss and the hard drive became further damaged.
On February 16, 2018,
Ohio Edison arrived on the property to disconnect our lawfully Ohio
Edison-installed analog meter and replaced it with a Digital meter.
When I confronted the
employee as to why he had without notice disconnected the lawful
meter and was walking away with that meter in his hand, he stated
that it's something that is being done all over Ohio. His demeanor
infuriated me as I began to tell of the damage that his/Ohio Edison's
actions has caused. I stated that P.U.C.O.,
the oversight commission, and Ohio Edison themselves had both just
broken their promise to leave us alone and allow us to have the
lawful analog meter, an agreement that was concluded back in 2016.
After making a call to
his office, he then “offered”
to put the analog meter back on our private property. I was still
quite beside myself as to the damage that this guy has just caused
and told him to just leave (I think I stated that he could take both
those meters and stick them up his ar se.).
That very same day the
edison, cut the power line to the house leaving us with no way to
obtain water from our well which operated on 220v. Keep in mind
that the Agreement holder of the electricity here is between Ohio
Edison and my mother (who was down in Florida and not due to return
here until the Spring). She was not even aware of the sneaky
operation by Ohio Edison or even my altercation with Ohio Edison.
Is it even legal that
whether it be the neighbor or your child, to be able to
disconnect a service agreement in which their not named?
The agreement between
PUCO/Ohio Edison had evolved due to a series of incidents in 2016,
one video can be seen here, which was uploaded to Youtube in 2016:
Another incident was
uploaded to Youtube in 2014 which related to 6 bills that were sent
to us in a 2 months period (6 bills for only 1 month of service, all
with different totals, all with different price per kwh).
This incident can be seen
Each of the bills showed
amounts per kilowatt hour and 6 different totals that started with Ohio
Edison owing us money, to us owing over $700.00 for service to Ohio
Edison. Although there's much to be said about the billing
practices, it should be noted that when I received the first three
bills showing amounts that were all over the place, I asked to have
the meter pulled (so, the following three bills should be VERY
interesting as there could not possibly have been service since there
wasn't a meter, apparently catching Ohio Edison off guard. Had we
NOT documented everything and had that meter Not been pulled, we surely
not have had a leg to stand on to prove the problem stemmed from Ohio
work in the digital field and on February 16 have incurred a
life-changing intrusion by Ohio Edison.
Now I'd like to state
why we should
NOT want to go to Digital meters.
1.) If Ohio Edison can
receive a signal
from the meter, they can send a signal with very little alteration of
the meter (one example of how damaging digital can be is simply
recalling a past election where Bush wasn't elected either time but
the digital meters were tampered with and we had "our"
president for two terms).
2.) We have all witnessed
how easy it
is to hack ALL wireless connections, including bluetooth, Internet,
infrared, cell phones, etc. Anyone watching a youtube video using
such as "hack wireless in under 3 minutes" is able to learn
how easy it is to do.
3.) Unlike a digital
meter, an analog
meter is not so easily tampered with. One would have to open the
meter and somehow manually turn the dial backwards (if that's even
possible). It is not possible to install an additional device that
can remotely accomplish the feat of altering the analog meter (whereas
a digital meter need only
receive a simple adjustment and additional programming and we have
4.) The reason I bothered
the aforementioned 2014 incident which documents the 6 different bills
in a 2 month period
(1 month without even having a meter!) is to show the effects that
can come from trusting digital meters. Digital meters, as well as the
devices to remotely access them, can be
cloned, stolen, misused, or worse. For instance, if the meter is
putting out a signal that can be retrieved from an Ohio Edison
drive-by, one need only place an intermediary device running Kali,
any of the myriad of other readily available systems to catch the
signal, crack the signal, and divert or change the signal (which
could end disastrously for the end-user or homeowner).
To prove my claims as
need only contact the publicly renowned backtrack community with the
simple request to perform a test of the Ohio Edison digital meter
There are other reasons
why we should
not want digital, but I feel enough has been stated herein already
and suffice to copy the law
that we would request Ohio Edison adhere
to (unless of course, our judiciary and polity are actually one and the
same as the monopolies):
Ohio Administrative Code
Utilities Chapter 4901:1-10 Electric Companies 4901:1-10-01
Definitions. As used in this chapter: (A) "Advanced meter"
means any electric meter that meets the pertinent engineering
standards using digital technology. (B) "Advanced meter opt-out
service" means a service provided by an electric utility under
the terms and conditions of a commission-approved tariff, which
allows a customer to take electric distribution service using a
traditional meter. **********(FF) "Traditional meter" means
any meter with an analog display that does not have the capability to
communicate with the utility using two-way communications.
4901:1-10-05 Metering. *************(1) An electric utility shall
provide customers with the option to remove an installed digital or
advanced meter and replace it with a traditional meter, and the
option to decline installation of a digital or advanced meter and
retain a traditional meter, including a cost-based, tariffed opt-out
service.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (3) The electric utility shall notify
the customer of the following if a customer expresses interest in
using a traditional meter: (b) The electric utility shall explain the
facts concerning advanced meters and attempt to address any customer
concerns prior to signing up a customer for advanced meter opt-out
service. To the extent that the electric utility offers multiple
options for the customer to obtain or retain either an advanced meter
or a traditional meter, the utility shall explain each option and the
associated costs and give the customer choice over the option
selection. (4) The electric utility shall have the right to refuse to
provide advanced meter opt-out service in either of the following
circumstances: (a) If such a service creates a safety hazard to
consumers or their premises, the public, or the electric utility's
personnel or facilities. (b) If a customer does not allow the
electric utility's employees or agents access to the meter at the
customer's premises. (c) An electric utility may establish a one-time
fee to recover the costs of removing an existing advanced meter, and
the subsequent installation of a traditional meter.
This date, February 26,
2018 after more
than a week without power, thereby cutting us off from our water
supply (the well runs on 220v) and refrigeration, the monopoly stated
they would be out to reconnect service. The Agreement holder
requested it, no me. By week two without the monopoly electricty
I was completely adjusted! (see more how solar and wind power saved the
When I heard the news
that the monopoly is turning the power back on, I called them and
stated I would like the
lawful analog meter back. The woman representative for Ohio
Edison suddenly stated she felt threatened (!!!!!)
though I had stated nothing that should cause her to possibly feel
threatened about. Since her sudden belligerent unwarranted claim of
threatened, I informed her that she is being recorded and that she
sounds rather silly implying that I was saying anything that could
possibly be construed as a threat (where would we be without recording
devices?). She then switched track by stating that she
did not authorize my having recorded her at which I responded that
Ohio State Law is a single party state pertaining to recording (in
other words we are free to record whatever and whenever we want
without getting "authorization" from any other party). She
then hung up.
This is the arrogance of
control. We have no choices and they know it.
When criminals are
our only choice....we're screwed!
It is now March 1, 2017 and the monopoly came back to install their
power line. As already stated, the reparations were already made
and the loss of the monopoly electricity was now barely
noticed. The freezer was put to a doubled-up battery bank
and I recorded a video showing how my 5 battery banks/solar arrays had
filled the gap to the house by pumping out the water that had
accumulated down in the basement. About the only downside
that one would notice about Ohio Edison no longer being an entity of
control here, was the well pump. However, a trusted friend of
mine, Brian Kinter, had struck a deal with me just last night (the
night before the March 1st reconnect) that I would perform the
networking for his broadcasting station and he would connect my
generated power to replace the house's electricity. So the March
1st, 2018 reconnect by the monopoly comes with no joy as I'm typing
this section within minutes of the reconnect.
As a final note, I'm back to state that at least the Ohio Edison
Company was considerate enough to replace the analog meter on the house
(the house I've not lived in for over two years). I will
now go in to turn the breakers on for the water only (pending my
replacement of that 220v well pump to a 110v pump that my solar and
wind can handle without a transformer).
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