This Ham Radio Operator Got Banned Because of “RFI”

An interesting article in the media claims a woman’s insulin pump is being “potentially” interfered with by an amateur radio operator down the street. Was this the culprit, or could it be something more? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below 👇👇

Link to original article and video (Source WTFV9)

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