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He was a top-performing Staff Sergeant with the Air Force, but since 2011 David Gutierrez has languished in a small cell at Fort Leavenworth prison, proclaiming his innocence to anyone who will listen. When he is released in 2018, his punishment is not over: he must register for life as a sex offender and will be dishonorably discharged from the military. (more…)

    (Iowa City, IA) – This is the story of two men in Iowa charged with the same Class B Felony — criminally exposing HIV to another person — but one was convicted and the other was not. In 2009, Nick Rhoades, 38, was sentenced to 25 years in prison, while all charges against Thomas Call were dismissed in 2012. (more…)


    (WASHINGTON, DC) – Citing questions about whether the evidence used to convict USAF Technical Sergeant David Gutierrez, a 20-year-military veteran, was sufficient, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces in Washington, D.C. (CAAF), has ordered a (more…)


    14 Sept (THE LIBERTY BEACON) – Republished at the request of Mike Adams, The Health Ranger, this article was first published two years ago, but the information it contains is timeless and a must read for those seeking the truth concerning vaccine tyranny. The information contained in this article will anger and shock you but it still remains the truth. (more…)


    21 Jul (THE GUARDIAN) – The pharmaceutical industry has “mobilized” an army of patient groups to lobby against plans to force companies to publish secret documents on drugs trials.  Drugs companies publish only a fraction of their results and keep much of the information to themselves, but regula (more…)


    17 Jan (GAIA HEALTH) –  Antipsychotics are notoriously dangerous drugs, causing life-threatening diabetes, along with severe neurological damage. Authors of a new study claim that Saphris is harmless, but examination shows that their study doesn’t come close to showing safety. It’s pure junk science. (more…)


    9 Jan (KPFK Radio) – Gary Null interviews investigative reporter Celia Farber, UC Berkeley Prof. Peter Duesberg PhD, Christian Fiala MD and OMSJ Director Clark Baker for an HIV update.  Peter Duesberg PhD is professor of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California at Berkeley.  He was the first to isolate a cancer gene through his w (more…)


    23 Dec – Shortly after Yvonne Andrews’ ex-boyfriend assaulted her in 2011, he falsely accused her of “infecting” two men with HIV, neither of whom she had ever met.  Within days, Andrews found herself in a Florida prison cell facing a sixty-year sentence. Despite numerous beatings and openly describing how he planned to kill her, her ex used the laws to become make her the criminal. He was never charged. (more…)


    10 Dec (WASHINGTON) – At first glance, the US Dept. of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) “Healthy People 2020” seems like an excellent idea.  After all, what could be better than helping Americans live healthier lives?  Unfortunately, the initiative has – like many government programs – a much darker side. (more…)


    30 NOV (NAS JACKSONVILLE) – A US Navy veteran accused of HIV-related criminal charges has reached a pretrial agreement that will free him within weeks.  Accused of failing to disclose his alleged “HIV-positive status,” military prosecutors charged the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (RS) with multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault “likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm.” If convicted of all charges, RS faced a demotion and dishonorable discharge, the loss (more…)


    31 Oct – Its Halloween, so what better time for pharmaceutical companies to create a new HIV test that doesn’t detect HIV but generates fear and profits?  The Daily Mail (UK), Fox News and other agencies report that scientists at Imperial College in London have developed a new HIV test that is “10 times more sensitive and a fraction of the cost of current methods.”  The test uses “nanotechnology to give a result that can be seen with the naked eye by turning a sa (more…)


    5 Sep (MERCOLA) – Only weeks after pleading guilty to criminal charges that it promoted its anti-seizure drug Depakote for uses not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Abbott Labs is being sued again for similar charges with a different drug.  The new (more…)


    3 Jul (PROPUBLICA) – On Monday, the Department of Justice announced that drug company GlaxoSmithKline agreed to pay a $3 billion fine, the largest health care fraud fine in the history of the United States.  This fine is just the latest in a string of drug company penalties for improper promotion of drugs for “off-label,” or unapproved, uses. (more…)


    12 Jun (OMSJ)OMSJ’s involvement in more than 100 criminal, civil and military cases has revealed that many patients are misdiagnosed as HIV+ by clinicians who accept kickbacks from drug companies like Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) and Gilead Sciences for unnecessarily prescribing toxic HIV drugs to uninfected patients.  These doctors rely on test results from labs (more…)


    8 Jun – There is an orphanage in Washington Heights, one of the poorest neighborhoods on Manhattan, located just above Harlem. A Catholic orphanage. It took in the children of crack addicts who’d been abandoned at the hospital. The nuns nursed some of them back to health, but some of them died. Because that’s what being born addicted to crack does to you.  It kills you. (more…)


    3 March – Like medical boards across the US, the Texas Medical Board stated mission is to “protect and enhance the public’s health, safety and welfare by establishing and maintaining standards of excellence used in regulating the practice (more…)


    By extrapolating evidence that OMSJ’s HIV Innocence Group has developed since 2009, it is becoming clear that thousands of Americans and millions around the world have been misdiagnosed as “HIV-positive” by clinicians who use flawed tests – tests that were never intended to detect HIV or HIV antibodies – to defraud taxpayers and insurers, by selling toxic drugs and unnecessary (more…)


    Nancy Turner Banks MD spent twenty-five years practicing general obstetrics and gynecology during which she was also the director of outpatient gynecology at The North General Hospital in Harlem, New York.  She served as an attending physician at North General, Nyack Hospital in Nyack, New York, Columbia Presbyterian Medical (more…)


    23 Nov CINCINNATI – After two days of deliberations, jurors have found Andre Davis guilty on 14 of 15 counts, with sentencing scheduled on December 21.  But in a state where prosecutors are not required to prove that Davis was infected with anything, the jury’s low (more…)


    CINCINNATI — By Tuesday afternoon, a jury will be considering the case of a man accused of having sex without telling his partners he had tested HIV-positive.   Closing arguments began just before 10 a.m. Tuesday in the trial of Andre Davis, and ended a little over an hour later.  (more…)


    “At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed that all right-thinking people will accept without question.  It is not exactly forbidden to say this, that or the other, but it is ‘not done’ to say it, just as in mid-Victorian times it was ‘not done’ to mention trousers in the presence of a lady.  Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodox (more…)


    19 Nov | Cincinnati, OH – When police arrested Andre Davis for exposing several women to the virus that causes AIDS, the story spread fast.   By month’s end, 12 women claimed that Davis had sex with them – and fathered at least two children.  The trial began last week in (more…)


    Aiken SC –  When police arrested Jason Young for threatening the lives of six women last January, it was hard to imagine that he would ever be free again.  Assistant Solicitor Brenda Brisbin had photographs, statements, lab tests and even secured an alleged admission.  For his crimes, Young faced a potential sentence of life in prison. (more…)


    MCB 29 Palms On Friday, a Court-martial Convening Authority (CMCAdismissed all charges against a US Marine accused of exposing a sexual partner to HIV.

    His freedom almost didn’t happen. (more…)


    Wichita KS – By all accounts, the US Air Force veteran was a trusted and valued serviceman.  As a member of the 22nd Maintenance Squadron, McConnell Air Force Base, Technical Sergeant David Gutierrez consistently received top performance evaluations for managing the service and repairs for the 22nd Refueling Wing.  But instead of celebrating his twentieth anniversary with the USAF (more…)


    9 Jan (KPFK Radio) – Gary Null interviews investigative reporter Celia Farber, UC Berkeley Prof. Peter Duesberg PhD, Christian Fiala MD and OMSJ Director Clark Baker for an HIV update.  Peter Duesberg PhD is professor of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California at Berkeley.  He was the first to isolate a cancer gene through his w (more…)


    23 Dec – Shortly after Yvonne Andrews’ ex-boyfriend assaulted her in 2011, he falsely accused her of “infecting” two men with HIV, neither of whom she had ever met.  Within days, Andrews found herself in a Florida prison cell facing a sixty-year sentence. Despite numerous beatings and openly describing how he planned to kill her, her ex used the laws to become make her the criminal. He was never charged. (more…)


    10 Dec (WASHINGTON) – At first glance, the US Dept. of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) “Healthy People 2020” seems like an excellent idea.  After all, what could be better than helping Americans live healthier lives?  Unfortunately, the initiative has – like many government programs – a much darker side. (more…)


    30 NOV (NAS JACKSONVILLE) – A US Navy veteran accused of HIV-related criminal charges has reached a pretrial agreement that will free him within weeks.  Accused of failing to disclose his alleged “HIV-positive status,” military prosecutors charged the Aviation Electrician’s Mate (RS) with multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault “likely to produce death or grievous bodily harm.” If convicted of all charges, RS faced a demotion and dishonorable discharge, the loss (more…)


    31 Oct – Its Halloween, so what better time for pharmaceutical companies to create a new HIV test that doesn’t detect HIV but generates fear and profits?  The Daily Mail (UK), Fox News and other agencies report that scientists at Imperial College in London have developed a new HIV test that is “10 times more sensitive and a fraction of the cost of current methods.”  The test uses “nanotechnology to give a result that can be seen with the naked eye by turning a sa (more…)


    5 Sep (MERCOLA) – Only weeks after pleading guilty to criminal charges that it promoted its anti-seizure drug Depakote for uses not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Abbott Labs is being sued again for similar charges with a different drug.  The new (more…)


    3 Jul (PROPUBLICA) – On Monday, the Department of Justice announced that drug company GlaxoSmithKline agreed to pay a $3 billion fine, the largest health care fraud fine in the history of the United States.  This fine is just the latest in a string of drug company penalties for improper promotion of drugs for “off-label,” or unapproved, uses. (more…)


    12 Jun (OMSJ)OMSJ’s involvement in more than 100 criminal, civil and military cases has revealed that many patients are misdiagnosed as HIV+ by clinicians who accept kickbacks from drug companies like Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) and Gilead Sciences for unnecessarily prescribing toxic HIV drugs to uninfected patients.  These doctors rely on test results from labs (more…)


    8 Jun – There is an orphanage in Washington Heights, one of the poorest neighborhoods on Manhattan, located just above Harlem. A Catholic orphanage. It took in the children of crack addicts who’d been abandoned at the hospital. The nuns nursed some of them back to health, but some of them died. Because that’s what being born addicted to crack does to you.  It kills you. (more…)


    3 March – Like medical boards across the US, the Texas Medical Board stated mission is to “protect and enhance the public’s health, safety and welfare by establishing and maintaining standards of excellence used in regulating the practice (more…)


    By extrapolating evidence that OMSJ’s HIV Innocence Group has developed since 2009, it is becoming clear that thousands of Americans and millions around the world have been misdiagnosed as “HIV-positive” by clinicians who use flawed tests – tests that were never intended to detect HIV or HIV antibodies – to defraud taxpayers and insurers, by selling toxic drugs and unnecessary (more…)


    Nancy Turner Banks MD spent twenty-five years practicing general obstetrics and gynecology during which she was also the director of outpatient gynecology at The North General Hospital in Harlem, New York.  She served as an attending physician at North General, Nyack Hospital in Nyack, New York, Columbia Presbyterian Medical (more…)


    23 Nov CINCINNATI – After two days of deliberations, jurors have found Andre Davis guilty on 14 of 15 counts, with sentencing scheduled on December 21.  But in a state where prosecutors are not required to prove that Davis was infected with anything, the jury’s low (more…)


    CINCINNATI — By Tuesday afternoon, a jury will be considering the case of a man accused of having sex without telling his partners he had tested HIV-positive.   Closing arguments began just before 10 a.m. Tuesday in the trial of Andre Davis, and ended a little over an hour later.  (more…)


    “At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed that all right-thinking people will accept without question.  It is not exactly forbidden to say this, that or the other, but it is ‘not done’ to say it, just as in mid-Victorian times it was ‘not done’ to mention trousers in the presence of a lady.  Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodox (more…)


    19 Nov | Cincinnati, OH – When police arrested Andre Davis for exposing several women to the virus that causes AIDS, the story spread fast.   By month’s end, 12 women claimed that Davis had sex with them – and fathered at least two children.  The trial began last week in (more…)


    Aiken SC –  When police arrested Jason Young for threatening the lives of six women last January, it was hard to imagine that he would ever be free again.  Assistant Solicitor Brenda Brisbin had photographs, statements, lab tests and even secured an alleged admission.  For his crimes, Young faced a potential sentence of life in prison. (more…)


    MCB 29 Palms On Friday, a Court-martial Convening Authority (CMCAdismissed all charges against a US Marine accused of exposing a sexual partner to HIV.

    His freedom almost didn’t happen. (more…)


    Wichita KS – By all accounts, the US Air Force veteran was a trusted and valued serviceman.  As a member of the 22nd Maintenance Squadron, McConnell Air Force Base, Technical Sergeant David Gutierrez consistently received top performance evaluations for managing the service and repairs for the 22nd Refueling Wing.  But instead of celebrating his twentieth anniversary with the USAF (more…)


    Would you buy a home loan from a Countrywide loan rep?  Would you invest your life savings with Bernie Madoff?  Would you ask Casey Anthony to babysit your children?  Probably not. (more…)


    Since 2004, the pharmaceutical industry has paid $9 billion to settle thousands of criminal and civil complaints related to the illegal marketing of drugs that kill or injure a million Americans EVERY YEAR from adverse drug reactions (ADRs).

    (more…)


    18 March|AP – LOS ANGELES — California has joined a whistleblower lawsuit that claims Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. bribed doctors to prescribe its drugs, costing insurers perhaps millions of dollars in the largest alleged health care fraud case ever handled by the state, Insurance (more…)


    7 Jan | PBS – Antipsychotics are the top-selling class of drugs in the United States, with sales of $14.6 billion in 2009 alone. Their use in children and adolescents in the United States is increasingly prevalent (more…)


    24 Dec – Between 1991-2010, there were 165 criminal and/or civil settlements by major pharmaceutical companies comprising of $19.8 billion in penalties.  Before 2000, qui tam lawsuits accounted for only 9% of settlements with the government.  But from 2001-2010, they comprised 67% of the billions in payouts. (more…)


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