The Village Voice buries the bodies

 Posted by on April 3, 2009 at 7:11 am
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Liam Scheff

Liam Scheff


I’ve recently gotten to know Liam Scheff personally. He is a compassionate man who takes his role as an independent journalist seriously. Now, he has is the focus of attacks by the media because he exposed the painful and horrifying story of forced drug trials on orphans in New York City.

I  am lending my blog to Liam to respond today:

by Liam Scheff

There are at least 200 dead children lying in the wake of the high-dose drug studies done by Columbia Presbyterian on orphans in NYC. The perpetrators won’t release a single medical record, not even to participants.

Children weren’t paid, families weren’t paid, weren’t asked.

The children and infants used in major drug trials were often orphans.

This week’s Village Voice doesn’t trouble the reader with this information in a meaningful way. They excuse it.

The Voice calls me a “Denialist” because I ask appropriate questions about HIV tests and AIDS drugs.

The questions are appropriate because questioning multi-national corporations is appropriate. Questioning the use and design of a technology – HIV testing – which is used to tell 30 million around the world that their lives are over, they’re sexual lepers, they must embark on a life-long course of potentially-fatal and body-altering drugs, which have killed adults at normal doses – asking the question, “how good is this test?” is necessary. And if you don’t ask the question, you give totalitarian power to a small, but immensely funded private sector of the international drug industry.

But. The Voice won’t list or talk about any of the drugs in detail.

The Voice Won’t talk about HIV tests in detail.

They assert that those who talk about these things in detail are no better than, essentially, Holocaust Denialists. A very effective slander, that pushes most people away from having the courage to talk about the issue.

The Voice directly uses (and acknowledges) my sources, but claims I’m not a reporter.

They retrace an article I did three years ago (Inside Incarnation NYPress), using the same sources, and more or less acknowledge that they’re doing so. But I’m not a journalist, they say. I didn’t bring them all of this information. But, I did, and they say so. They therefore contradict themselves in trying to libel me.

The VERA Institute, essentially given a mandate to cover up the story, was paid three million dollars to admit that many children died, and to loudly assure the public that no drug could possibly be to blame. They excuse high dose Black Box drugs used on infants and children, up to 7 and 8 drugs at a time, each of which is capable of killing an adult.

They do this while simultaneously admitting that they were FORBIDDEN from looking at a SINGLE medical record for ANY of the children. The VERA researcher then tells the Voice reporter, Elizabeth Dwoskin, that they really can’t be sure of their assertion, or any assertion, because they had no access to medical records.

That’s a nice three million dollars worth of bullshit.

I broke this story. It’s a national and international scandal. The data and information I provided is now the permanent record. Nobody disputes any detail, they’ll suppress it, but they won’t dispute it, they won’t allow it to be argued, because all of this is true and demonstrates the profound corruption that has become part of the medical and AIDS industry:

  • Children were used without permission in drug trials. Many died.
  • The drugs were almost to a one FDA Black Box labeled drugs, meaning they’d killed or maimed adults at normal doses, some with horrifying, literally skin-peeling toxicity.

I published that list of studies years ago, and from the start named the drugs, the major studies, and the major pharmaceutical companies who were benefiting from the free use of orphans, who were able to kill children in trials without punishment.

  • HIV tests are polyreactive, and they are the justification for labeling these children as ‘dead already,’ as expendable.
  • No children or families were compensated for their use, or their death. No money was paid to use, or use up these children.

So let’s look at the response by the AIDS police

“Attack Liam Scheff. Distract from the many dead children. Attack. Distract. Attack. Distract.”

“Don’t pay these kids who we’ve ruined, or killed. Don’t pay their families. Don’t admit publicly that HIV tests are polyreactive, and non-standardized. Don’t admit publicly that these drugs kill very well on their own.”

“Do attack Liam Scheff. Do misquote him, do ascribe to him any variety of statements or beliefs, or behaviors that certainly don’t have to be true or hold up to any scrutiny. Just say them loud, and repeatedly, and don’t give him a chance to respond.”

And there you go. There you go, liberal NYC. You’ve got a lot of blood on your hands, and you want somebody to wipe it on.

You can wipe it on yourselves. You can wipe it on the AIDS industry. You owe these children, and this community. You owe Washington Heights, you owe a lot. More than you can bear to pay.

My correspondence with the Voice reporter, Elizabeth Dwoskin is here. and here She was a self-declared ‘science illiterate,” who was unable to get through a single medical paper on HIV testing; she lied plainly to me about her intentions for the story, she begged for leads and sources and information, which I provided her, and she perhaps was a tool for her editor – read for yourself if you want to know some of what the paper suppressed.

I am available for radio and television interview. Please contact me via my website.

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