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Navy Dismisses HIV Charges

November 30th, 2012

30 NOV (NAS JACKSONVILLE) – A US Navy veteran accused of HIV-related criminal charges has reached a pretrial agreement that will free him within weeks.  Accused of failing to disclose his alleged “HIV-positive status,” military prosecutors charged the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (RS) with multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault “likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm.” If convicted of all charges, RS faced a demotion and dishonorable discharge, the loss (more…)

Military Court Raises Questions About HIV Tests

June 12th, 2012

8 Jun (WASH DC) - In an unusual and possibly unprecedented trial verdict, rendered after expert witnesses raised “reasonable doubt” about the general validity of what are commonly called “HIV tests,” a military judge at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina on May 17 acquitted an Army sergeant of aggravated assault for failing to disclose his HIV “status” to sexual partners. The charges could have resulted in 37 years imprisonment for Sgt. Tarence C. Dixon. (more…)

OMSJ Fights the Good Fight

September 6th, 2011

Los Angeles, September 6, 2011 – OMSJ (The Office of Medical & Scientific Justice), a highly recognized and successful non-profit investigation agency, reports that medical and scientific corruption (“junk science”) permeates the pharmaceutical industry and US regulators – adversely affecting the health of Americans and millions worldwide. (more…)

The Berkeley Inquisition Exposed

April 19th, 2010

The word is chutzpa – and it’s hard to imagine a better way to describe UC Berkeley (UCB) Vice Provost Sheldon Zedeck’s assignment of Arthur Reingold to investigate misconduct allegations against Professor Peter Duesberg, PhD.  The charges stem from Duesberg’s (et al) report that was published in 2009 by  Medical Hypotheses.  Citing 35 references that includes South Africa’s (SA) own mortality reports, Prof. Duesberg’s team concluded that: (more…)

HIV Innocence Group

August 25th, 2009

This page has changed – go to the HIV Innocence Group (more…)

BIIDS: Behavioural Induced Immune Deficiency Syndrome

June 20th, 2009

Johnson Tagarisa grew up during the 1970s when his cousins, brothers and uncles worked in the mines of South Africa.  Upon return to their native Zimbabwe, they spoke often of their experiences.  By the time that people were starting to “die from AIDS in South Africa,” Johnson was old enough and educated enough to connect the dots.  Even when his stepbrother died in 1993, Johnson argued with the doctor that he had died of syphilis because he had (more…)

Popular Antidepressant May Promote Breast Cancer

April 22nd, 2014

(ANH USA) - Not only may a popular antidepressant promote breast cancer, even worse, it’s frequently prescribed to the most at-risk group: women in their 40s and 50s. (more…)

  • US & British Gov’ts Target US Citizens for Defamation

    NSA documents recently leaked by Edward Snowden reveal the tactics used by US and British spies to destroy the reputations of their enemies. These same tactics are used by American activists tied to academia, drug companies and government agencies to (more…)

  • NUSHAWN WILLIAMS CASE

    June 28, 2013 (MAYVILLE, NY) – After nearly two weeks of highly technical testimony from medical and scientific experts, a Chautauqua County jury took one hour to decide that Nushawn Williams suffers from a mental abnormality that makes him subject to “civil management” and will either be confined to a secure treatment facility or kept under strict supervision. (more…)

  • Navy Dismisses HIV Charges

    30 NOV (NAS JACKSONVILLE) – A US Navy veteran accused of HIV-related criminal charges has reached a pretrial agreement that will free him within weeks.  Accused of failing to disclose his alleged “HIV-positive status,” military prosecutors charged the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (RS) with multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault “likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm.” If convicted of all charges, RS faced a demotion and dishonorable discharge, the loss (more…)

  • Military Court Raises Questions About HIV Tests

    8 Jun (WASH DC) - In an unusual and possibly unprecedented trial verdict, rendered after expert witnesses raised “reasonable doubt” about the general validity of what are commonly called “HIV tests,” a military judge at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina on May 17 acquitted an Army sergeant of aggravated assault for failing to disclose his HIV “status” to sexual partners. The charges could have resulted in 37 years imprisonment for Sgt. Tarence C. Dixon. (more…)

  • OMSJ Fights the Good Fight

    Los Angeles, September 6, 2011 – OMSJ (The Office of Medical & Scientific Justice), a highly recognized and successful non-profit investigation agency, reports that medical and scientific corruption (“junk science”) permeates the pharmaceutical industry and US regulators – adversely affecting the health of Americans and millions worldwide. (more…)

  • The Berkeley Inquisition Exposed

    The word is chutzpa – and it’s hard to imagine a better way to describe UC Berkeley (UCB) Vice Provost Sheldon Zedeck’s assignment of Arthur Reingold to investigate misconduct allegations against Professor Peter Duesberg, PhD.  The charges stem from Duesberg’s (et al) report that was published in 2009 by  Medical Hypotheses.  Citing 35 references that includes South Africa’s (SA) own mortality reports, Prof. Duesberg’s team concluded that: (more…)

  • HIV Innocence Group

    This page has changed – go to the HIV Innocence Group (more…)

  • BIIDS: Behavioural Induced Immune Deficiency Syndrome

    Johnson Tagarisa grew up during the 1970s when his cousins, brothers and uncles worked in the mines of South Africa.  Upon return to their native Zimbabwe, they spoke often of their experiences.  By the time that people were starting to “die from AIDS in South Africa,” Johnson was old enough and educated enough to connect the dots.  Even when his stepbrother died in 1993, Johnson argued with the doctor that he had died of syphilis because he had (more…)

  • How Big Pharma and the Media Sell Junk Science

    (ANH USA) - You’ve seen the headlines: “Fish Oil Supplements Can Kill!” and “New Cancer-Fighting Wonder Drug!” These days, it seems the mainstream media is always screaming about the latest study “proving” that supplements are bad and drugs are good. (more…)

  • Psychiatry’s Covert Agenda Exposed in New Documentary

    (NATURAL NEWS) -  The U.S. military has been experiencing its highest-ever suicide rates for the past several years, and a new documentary film lays out shocking evidence that the Pentagon’s reliance on psychotropic antidepressants is feeding the epidemic. (more…)

  • Billionaire Liberal Donor Gets Way on Keystone Pipeline

    (CLIMATE CHANGE DISPATCH) - In their wisdom, our Founding Fathers created a system of checks and balances and competing influences among the president and Congress, the states and the federal government, and billionaire liberal donor Tom Steyer. (more…)

  • Pfizer Agrees to $190 Mil Settlement Over Generic Neurontin

    (REUTERS) - Pfizer Inc has agreed to pay $190 million to settle a class action lawsuit alleging the pharmaceutical company took steps to delay market entry of generic versions of its epilepsy drug Neurontin, according to court documents filed on Monday. (more…)

  • The Latest from the Department of Unintended Consequences

    (ANH USA) - Are We About to Make Criminals Even More Violent? At least 1 million American prisoners suffer from mental illness, and of these only 15% of local inmates and 27% of state prisoners currently receive some treatment in the form of psychotropic drugs. (more…)

  • US & British Gov’ts Target US Citizens for Defamation

    NSA documents recently leaked by Edward Snowden reveal the tactics used by US and British spies to destroy the reputations of their enemies. These same tactics are used by American activists tied to academia, drug companies and government agencies to (more…)

  • NUSHAWN WILLIAMS CASE

    June 28, 2013 (MAYVILLE, NY) – After nearly two weeks of highly technical testimony from medical and scientific experts, a Chautauqua County jury took one hour to decide that Nushawn Williams suffers from a mental abnormality that makes him subject to “civil management” and will either be confined to a secure treatment facility or kept under strict supervision. (more…)

  • Navy Dismisses HIV Charges

    30 NOV (NAS JACKSONVILLE) – A US Navy veteran accused of HIV-related criminal charges has reached a pretrial agreement that will free him within weeks.  Accused of failing to disclose his alleged “HIV-positive status,” military prosecutors charged the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (RS) with multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault “likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm.” If convicted of all charges, RS faced a demotion and dishonorable discharge, the loss (more…)

  • Military Court Raises Questions About HIV Tests

    8 Jun (WASH DC) - In an unusual and possibly unprecedented trial verdict, rendered after expert witnesses raised “reasonable doubt” about the general validity of what are commonly called “HIV tests,” a military judge at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina on May 17 acquitted an Army sergeant of aggravated assault for failing to disclose his HIV “status” to sexual partners. The charges could have resulted in 37 years imprisonment for Sgt. Tarence C. Dixon. (more…)

  • OMSJ Fights the Good Fight

    Los Angeles, September 6, 2011 – OMSJ (The Office of Medical & Scientific Justice), a highly recognized and successful non-profit investigation agency, reports that medical and scientific corruption (“junk science”) permeates the pharmaceutical industry and US regulators – adversely affecting the health of Americans and millions worldwide. (more…)

  • The Berkeley Inquisition Exposed

    The word is chutzpa – and it’s hard to imagine a better way to describe UC Berkeley (UCB) Vice Provost Sheldon Zedeck’s assignment of Arthur Reingold to investigate misconduct allegations against Professor Peter Duesberg, PhD.  The charges stem from Duesberg’s (et al) report that was published in 2009 by  Medical Hypotheses.  Citing 35 references that includes South Africa’s (SA) own mortality reports, Prof. Duesberg’s team concluded that: (more…)

  • HIV Innocence Group

    This page has changed – go to the HIV Innocence Group (more…)

  • BIIDS: Behavioural Induced Immune Deficiency Syndrome

    Johnson Tagarisa grew up during the 1970s when his cousins, brothers and uncles worked in the mines of South Africa.  Upon return to their native Zimbabwe, they spoke often of their experiences.  By the time that people were starting to “die from AIDS in South Africa,” Johnson was old enough and educated enough to connect the dots.  Even when his stepbrother died in 1993, Johnson argued with the doctor that he had died of syphilis because he had (more…)

  • Compassionate Freedom of Choice Act Could Save Many Lives

    (ANH USA) - New legislation would prevent the FDA from denying appropriate experimental drugs from dying patients.  Recently, by working together, ANH made great strides in helping dying patients win access to potentially lifesaving treatments. (more…)

  • GMO Cotton Seeds Made by Monsanto Collaborator Banned in Indian State After Crops Fail

    (NATURAL NEWS) -  Genetically modified (GM) Bt cotton produced by Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company (Mahyco), a collaborator with international biotech kingpin Monsanto, has officially been banned from the Indian state of Karnataka, (more…)

  • Give Up Meat, Coal, Oil, Economic Growth and National Sovereignty – Orders New IPCC Climate Report

    (CLIMATE CHANGE DISPATCH)  -  The United Nations (UN) has delivered its latest verdict on the measures necessary to save the world from global warming and the news is as grim as it is predictable and wearisomely familiar: (more…)

  • Strict Obama Administration Ivory Ban Infuriates Musicians

    (DAILY CALLER) - Professional musicians are in an uproar over an Obama administration order that virtually bans the movement of ivory over the U.S. border, including that which is found in many musical instruments. (more…)

  • The Science And Politics Of Climate Change

    (CLIMATE CHANGE DISPATCH) - Since the end of the 19th century, we have known that the Earth’s climate is sensitive to greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. At that time, the Swedish chemist Svante Arrhenius showed that an increase in CO2 concentrations would lead to a warmer climate. (more…)

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US & British Gov’ts Target US Citizens for Defamation

March 3rd, 2014

NSA documents recently leaked by Edward Snowden reveal the tactics used by US and British spies to destroy the reputations of their enemies. These same tactics are used by American activists tied to academia, drug companies and government agencies to (more…)

NUSHAWN WILLIAMS CASE

June 28th, 2013

June 28, 2013 (MAYVILLE, NY) – After nearly two weeks of highly technical testimony from medical and scientific experts, a Chautauqua County jury took one hour to decide that Nushawn Williams suffers from a mental abnormality that makes him subject to “civil management” and will either be confined to a secure treatment facility or kept under strict supervision. (more…)

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