The HIV Innocence Project – Spread the Word

RTB: An important update from the OMSJ

If you have been charged with an HIV-related crime or civil action – or you represent someone in such action, contact OMSJ immediately.

  • In 2008, a Texas court sentenced Willie Campbell to 35 years in prison for spitting at a police officer.
  • A year later, Philippe Padieu faced five to 99 years for having sex with several women. He lucked out with a 25-year sentence.
  • In December 2009, an Arkansas Court sentenced Christopher Gray (18) to 15 years in prison.

These men were sentenced not because they have deadly infectious diseases but because they did not understand how to defend themselves against junk science.

HIV tests do not detect HIV. AIDS drugs cause cancer and kill. Many HIV medications contain drugs like Sustiva (Efavirenz), an undisclosed benzodiazepine (BZD) analogue that compromises immune function after ONE DOSE and can produce life-long psychological and physical injuries.
(More information about HIV drugs and the diseases they cause is found here.)

Statutes differ from state to state. Most of these laws are written by well-meaning legislators who rely on pharmaceutical marketing information and corrupt government officials to write their bills.

OMSJ’s HIV Innocence Project provides legal, medical and scientific expertise to attorneys whose clients face HIV-related prosecution. Because of the technical nature of these cases and the volume of misinformation and pharmaceutical propaganda pushed by the CDC and NIH, there is little information for prosecutors, defense attorneys and courts that can be helpful to these cases. In August 2010, the Obama Administration asked state officials to discontinue the prosecution HIV-related criminal defendants. Nevertheless, men and women continue to be unnecessarily charged, convicted and sentenced based upon tests that do not detect HIV and evidence that is built upon scientific misconduct and corruption.
If you or your client have been charged with an HIV-related criminal or civil offenses, OMSJ urges you to contact us immediately. Do not admit being HIV positive and do not submit to a court-ordered HIV test before contacting OMSJ.

OMSJ provides services to attorneys and defendants throughout North America and Europe and can be the difference between a long prison sentence and freedom.

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