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Reason Magazine Becomes Momentarily Reasonable – Please Join the Conversation

RTB: An important update on the OMSJ’s courtroom exposure of the fraud of HIV testing and a chance for you to participate in the discussion. (With thanks to Terry Michael for forwarding the news).

In a continuation of the paradigm-shifting Fort Bragg case, Reason.com (the libertarian publication) just posted a lengthy piece on the military trial in which an Army sergeant was acquitted under a military “HIV panic” law. HIV Revisionism in Fort Bragg Acquittal

The Reason Hit&Run blog quoted extensively from the piece by Terry Michael on the case. The Hit&Run piece also notes Clark Baker, Nancy Turner Banks and Rodney Richards, linking to OMSJ and to Nancy’s web site.

We suggest that those interested in open discussion of HIV testing and fraud now go to the Reason piece and leave comments. Please write under your own names, describe your credentials, and your experience and knowledge of the HIV testing fraud, in clear arguments.