OMSJ Victories Raise HUMANITARIAN Complaints
“The train full of deportees had crossed the Hungarian frontier and on the Polish territory had been taken in charge by the Gestapo. There it had stopped. The Jews had to get out and climb into lorries. The lorries drove toward a forest. The Jews were made to get out. They were made to dig huge graves. And when they had finished their work, the Gestapo began theirs. Without passion, without haste, they slaughtered their prisoners. Each one had to go up to the hole and present his neck. Babies were thrown into the air and the machine gunners used them as targets. This was in the forest of Galicia, near Kolomaye. How had Moshe the Beadle escaped? Miraculously. He was wounded in the leg andtaken for dead.”
“What an imagination he has!… Poor fellow. He’s gone mad.”
Throughout my years of medical practice, I have never heard of a physician who voluntarily testified against her own patient for prosecutors and defense, who relied upon those statements to convict… Dr. Sweet’s testimony raises serious questions with regard not only her competence as a physician, but also of her professional integrity and duty to her patients.
After alluding to some unknown credentials from unknown agencies as an HIV expert, Dr. Sweet claims that she saw her first HIV patient in 1983 and that she “had been lecturing and learning about (HIV) for a couple of years before then,” which represents the year after she received her medical license in 1980 and at least three years before doctors Robert Gallo and Luc Montagnier claim to have discovered the virus in 1984. Based upon her testimony and evidence produced from this case, I am not surprised that “half of (her) practice died on a regular basis” or that “hundreds and hundreds (died)… over the years” since then. This is consistent with reports that a million Americans are injured or killed annually by iatrogenic (doctor-caused) preventable errors and complications and adverse drug reactions (ADRs)…
“Our success in challenging the HIV issues in our case is largely due to… members of… the Office of Medical and Scientific Justice (OMSJ). Without them, we would not have been able to effectively challenge the HIV testing, chain of custody, and alleged diagnosis of our client… (A)n HIV case is NOT a slam dunk for the government. Get the right HIV experts on your team and you will probably be able to kill the case before trial. If the government is reckless enough to go to trial, you will probably be able to get a strong win for your client.”
We are a generation of men who learned to harness technology at crucial stages of our sexual and emotional development to counteract the limitations of discretion & the homophobia of our environments… We learned to use these technologies to sharpen our sense of awareness into the most elegant of survival instincts, to disarm with wit and annihilate by observation. This is a showcase this weapon’s responsibilities. We are the new breed of homosexual man and these are the fruits of our labor. (SIC)