Legal Action

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 [...]

Breaking News: HIV Tests Do Not Hold Up In Military Court

RTB: We’ve seen HIV tests fall apart under scrutiny in court – now we see it in military court, with thanks to the OMSJ. by OMSJ “Because the case law surrounding HIV was mostly developed at the height of the HIV/AIDS scare 20 years ago, the government’s evidence is usually filled with gaps because it [...]

Breaking News: HIV Tests Do Not Hold Up In Court

RTB: The OMSJ has gotten over thirty defendants liberated from their “HIV” indictments – by bringing the facts to court, and holding the “experts” to simple honesty and logic. Step 1: Does anyone “have” HIV? Answer: “No, not based on HIV tests.” The reality is this – there are no tests for HIV in existence, [...]

You Can Take Legal Action Against Fraudulent HIV Testing

RTB: The HIV Test scandal is reaching the courts. As the legal system begins to understand the fraudulent nature of HIV testing, we are seeing a first blush of what we predict will become a flood of lawsuits challenging the faulty, non-standardized “HIV positive” test diagnosis. If you have been given an ‘HIV’ diagnoses and [...]

“Hiv Testing” is Dangerous to Your Health

Testing is Dangerous

Hearing Resumes in HIV Misdiagnosis Suit WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — Audrey Serrano received HIV treatments for almost nine years before receiving a stunning diagnosis: She never actually had the virus that causes AIDS.

Knowing is Beautiful – The Hidden Face of HIV – Part 1

GNN, Accuracy in Media and “Tutto in Vendita” February, 2005 by Liam Scheff Read as PDF As a journalist who writes about AIDS, I am endlessly amazed by the difference between the public and the private face of HIV; between what the public is told and what’s explained in the medical literature. The public face [...]