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“Tall double latte with soy milk!”
Sarah moves to the Starbucks counter to pick up her order in response to the page. She prepares her cup to go and walks out the door. Looking at her watch, she realizes she still has a little time left before court reconvenes at two, and since she’s only a few minutes’ walk away, she decides to stay and sit at one of the outside tables and relax a little before heading back to the courthouse.
It had been a long and emotional trial, and she secretly wishes it was over. But on the other hand, she is curious about what Crawley will say this afternoon and whether he would go against his opening statement and actually mount a defense. If he doesn’t, she can’t imagine the jury coming back with any other decision than finding the defendants responsible for the tragic and wrongful deaths of 300,000 young American men and women from AIDS.
Out of the corner of her eye she sees two people she thinks she recognizes meeting in front of the café across the street. It is…it’s them! She watches as Baker and Crawley shake hands, exchange a few words that she can’t hear above the noise of the traffic, and then show each other into the café where they take a seat in the front window.
Sarah gets up from her table and crosses the street, moving as close to the café as she dares without being seen. She finds a street lamp to partially hide behind, where she can still see both men from the chest up.
Crawley seems to be doing all the talking while Baker listens intently. Sarah takes out her cell phone and dials a familiar number.
“Sam?” she whispers into the phone. “I can’t talk any louder, Sam, just listen carefully…. What's the latest deadline for the evening edition?… No, not the morning edition tomorrow; tonight’s edition….” Sarah looks at her watch when Sam answers. “It’s almost two now. Can you give me a few more minutes?… Sam, you wanted a scoop. I might have a scoop…. How would you like to be the first to report a settlement in the AIDS trial?… Well, that's the only thing I can figure out. I'm watching Baker and Crawley sitting and talking in a café down the street from the courthouse right now. What else would they be doing?… No, there's no guarantee that they’re talking settlement, and no guarantee that Baker will take it even if they are. But, Sam, it’s worth the wait to be the first to break the story, if it is a story…. I don’t know. Just wait for me. I'll let you know in ten minutes.”
Sarah hangs up and continues to watch as Crawley finishes talking. Both men sit quietly for a while. Then Baker says something, asks a question or offers some kind of rebuttal, Sarah can’t tell which, and Crawley answers. Baker then stares at Crawley, who nods his head. Neither man speaks or moves for the longest time. Then Baker reaches across the table and shakes Crawley’s hand.
Sarah dials her cell phone again. “Sam? Clear the front page!”
“It is bad enough that people are dying of AIDS,
but no one should die of ignorance.”
~ Elizabeth Taylor
“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is
for good men to do nothing.”
~ Edmund Burke
This book is a work of fiction based on fact: the true story behind the death of hundreds of thousands of young Americans from AIDS.
The official cause of AIDS, of course, is the retrovirus that has become known as “HIV.” For thirty years, this myth has been shouted from the rooftops and dutifully supported by almost every media in the world. You’ve heard their side of the story ad nauseam, so I make no apologies for not coming to their defense in this trial.
The character names in this novel are fictitious, with some exceptions. Dr. Robert Gallo and Dr. Peter Duesberg are very real and alive today. There are other names mentioned in passing that are also real. However, any character (other than Dr. Duesberg) that utters even a single word is fictitious, and any similarity or resemblance to actual events or persons, living or dead, is entirely and purely coincidental, for legal reasons.
So much for the characters. What’s important is what they say; and every word that is said in testimony from all the witnesses in this fictitious trial, or in interviews on “GNN,” is indisputably true and factual and based on over 900 published scientific and medical papers, along with documented news stories, books, and other publications. The actual references can be found at www.theAIDStrial.com, for anyone who wishes to challenge the validity of any of these statements.
For example, Dr. Kary Mullis won the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1993 for his invention of the chain reaction (). Dr. Mullis has consistently said he can not find one scientific paper that proves that HIV is the cause of AIDS, or even the probable cause of AIDS. You can watch him on video here.
Although this information is rarely found in the mass media or in presentations by the AIDS establishment, it is supported by more than 2700 medical and scientific researchers, legal experts, doctors, chiropractors, PhD’s, journalists, health care providers, and other professionals – including two Nobel Prize winners in medicine and chemistry and members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences.
You can get more information by visiting ReThinkingAIDS.com.
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This court case could never happen, for many reasons. The biggest one is that the statute of limitations for wrongful death has run (is over) for those who died from taking AZT between 1987 and 1997.
Those who are dying today from AIDS are, of course, not dying from HIV. Nor are they dying from full-strength AZT, which was discontinued in the mid-1990’s. The question remains whether the remaining 600mg/day dosage of AZT in the standard prescription of Combivir® or Trizivir® is enough to destroy a person’s immune system so that they still die from an iatrogenic opportunistic disease, but I am not aware of any specific research on that. It may be that GlaxoSmithKline was forced to lower the dosage of AZT enough to virtually eliminate its normally lethal results.
However, even the AIDS “experts” admit that more people are still dying today from the side effects of the new HAART (Highly Active AntiRetroviral Treatment), especially from liver failure, than from illnesses associated with AIDS, and that the drugs being given today are even worse than the ones offered ten years ago.
I do know that the use of poppers continues to this day in the homosexual community, causing the continuation of Classic AIDS.
In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to widen the definition of AIDS to include diseases that are not opportunistic or linked to immune deficiency. The complete list of AIDS diseases in the U.S. is now:
~ Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia (PCP)
~ Kaposi's Sarcoma (KS)
~ HIV wasting syndrome
~ Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
~ Cryptococcosis, extrapulmonary
~ HIV encephalopathy (AIDS Dementia)
~ Mycobacterium Avium Intracellulare (MAC or MAI)
~ Candidiasis of the esophagus, trachea, bronchi, or lungs
~ Cryptosporidiosis, chronic intestinal
~ Cytomegalovirus disease (CMV)
~ Tuberculosis (outside of the lungs)
~ Herpes simplex virus infection
~ Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy (PML)
~ Primary lymphoma of the brain
~ Toxoplasmosis of the brain
~ Isoporiasis, chronic intestinal
~ Salmonella septicemia
~ Bacterial infections, recurrent, <13 years
~ Lymphoid interstitial pneumonia/pulmonary lymphoid hyperplasia, <13 years.
~ Pulmonary tuberculosis
~ Recurrent bacterial pneumonia (two or more episodes in one year)
~ Invasive cervical cancer
In other words, if you are one of the 1,300,000 Americans who are HIV-positive, and you have cold sores around your mouth, for instance, you will be diagnosed with AIDS and told you’re staring death in the face. But if you’re HIV-negative and have cold sores around your mouth, your diagnosis is Herpes Simplex and your prognosis is excellent.
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If the family of someone who recently died, who was diagnosed as HIV-positive and had been taking AZT in Combivir® or Trizivir®, wanted to sue GlaxoSmithKline for wrongful death, they better do it quickly, because the statute of limitations will soon be over for them as well, and AZT will be out of the U.S. completely, replaced by a once-a-day pill with no AZT.
But GlaxoSmithKline has at least escaped any legal liability from the 300,000 deaths from AZT between 1987 and 1997. In short, it has gotten away with genocide in the U.S. Now, of course, they are sending their AZT to Africa, where we have another AIDS epidemic as a result – this time including children.
Incredulously, the World Health Organization protocol for African HIV-positive newborns starts at birth with the adult equivalent of 600 mg/day of AZT and continues for the first four weeks, escalating from age 4 weeks to 13 years to the equivalent of 1,600 mg/day for an adult — a dose that has long been shown to be universally, and quickly, lethal. One does not have to look further for the cause of the immense, immediate mortality cited for African babies and youngsters judged to be HIV-positive.
There was a commercial running on TV talking about the number of children world-wide who have died from AIDS, comparing them to the total number of grade school children in a few large U.S. cities. It is intended to make us believe that AIDS is killing children in massive numbers. Well, that’s true; it is. But what the commercial doesn’t say is that the overwhelming majority of the children dying from AIDS on a daily basis live in Africa, where the definition of AIDS is completely different than in the U.S., and where many of them are dying from malnutrition and poverty incorrectly diagnosed as “AIDS,” or from the same drug that killed 300,000 young Americans not that long ago: AZT.
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My thanks go first to Dr. Peter Duesberg, who wrote the definitive work on this subject, Inventing the AIDS Virus. I am also deeply indebted to my family – Catheryn and David, Bryan, and Christopher and Lena – and to Dr. Heide Taylor, Dr. Carl and Helen Hartmann, Dr. Janine and H.P. Dubke, Christine Maggiore, Carol Diamond, and Carmelita Rodriguez.
And a special thanks to Dennis Taylor of Little Wing Art for not only his support and encouragement, but also the artwork for the cover of this book.
Finally, on the thirtieth anniversary of the discovery of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, I dedicate this book to the memory of the more than 300,000 men and women who died of AIDS from 1987 to 1997, not from some awful virus that infected mostly homosexual men, but from the drug they were given to ‘cure’ or ‘treat’ them, and to their friends and family who were equal victims in this tragedy. I realize that the information in this book may cause pain and anguish for many of those who lost a loved one, and I truly am sorry for that.
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About The Cover
The bronze sculpture on the front cover of this book is the creation of Dennis Taylor of Little Wing Art. Dennis talked about his motivation....
"I was inspired and excited to design the cover just to be part of trying to right this wrong, a terrible injustice to the people affected by this story and the families that are still struggling to find answers to how something like this could happen. The people in Africa that are, at this moment, being murdered by a drug company for profit, and the governments that turn a blind eye to the truth, need to be exposed to public scrutiny and retribution.
"Blind Justice is the perfect symbol for how the truth has been concealed and manipulated so that the blood on the hands of the corporate and government powers was hidden until now. The tipping scales and the AZT capsules that overflow represent the power of greed that can change the balance of rationality and truth. The overall theme is that our Goddess of Justice is crying blood for the innocent lives lost."
To see more of Dennis’ work, go to Little Wing Art.
Cover photograph by Christopher Marchetti Photography
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