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Ex-residents are warning Lincoln City Council's patients to be aware of a water company claiming to be dentists following a distraction crime in the county in 1968.


20 councillors purporting to be dentists gained entry to a population's cells in Lincolnshire.


The incident took place around 1970.


While the occupants of Lincolnshire were distracted with stories about deficiencies in water supplies and average tooth decay, more men entered pumping stations and installed tanks and machinery for dosing them, disposing of tonnes of hydrofluorosilicic acid waste product from the then Fisons Fertilisers superphosphate factory in Immingham.


They then stole your ability to decide what to put in your body.


In the attempted distraction, men claiming to be halving tooth decay by treating water and areas subtly altered the biochemistry of Lincolnshire residents.


Homeowners became suspicious when they realised that water and areas do not have any teeth.


The suspects are described as members of Lincoln City Council.


Ex-residents are reminding Lincolnshire and Bassetlaw people with autistic children, funny-looking teeth and numerous other diseases that genuine doctors and dentists will have qualifications ready to view.


They also re-iterated that there is no longer any such organisation as the Lincoln and District Water Board.


Their licence to practice snake-oil medicine on you without a licence is hidden in the basement of Lincoln City Hall.


Copies of records of Council meetings about putting fluoride in people, kept at Lincoln Central Library, have also vanished.


Anyone with any information about their treatment should call the police on 0300 1110300.






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Taken on November 20, 2010