Can you show me where in the report it uses the terminology "chemtrail" to identify chaff?
There are probably bad chemicals in chaff. It is probably not a good idea to be dropping chaff over public or protected areas, so disclosure is a good thing. However, it is a huge stretch to relate this to the purported widespread "aerosol crimes laid down thickly in our skies every day," no?
I feel you are trying to embellish this "chaff" report to support your belief in the chemtrail conspiracy, which is your choice, but frankly it is very weak. Water and fuel vapor are also chemicals so perhaps all particulates that condense from aircraft could be referred to as a chemtrail? I would certainly concur with you on that.
Thinking further here, shouldn't we be more concerned with the crap we breath on the ground from automobile exhaust? Why isn't there a Conspiracy about all the "chemtrails" cars lay down in our cities and highways? I'd be willing to bet far more people are poisoned driving behind catalytic converter dust than contrails from aircraft.