The Baylor study confirmed Dr. Snead’s claim of contaminated vaccines. Within days of its release, and after much criticism, a spokesman for the Baylor research team claimed that the study showed only a possible link between cancer and the polio vaccine, not a definite one. The spokesman insisted that the national media had taken its findings out of context. This statement effectively quashed the major media’s interest in the story.
It appears Dr. Snead’s claim of a cover-up may be correct. In 1996, Dr. Leonard Horowitz, a well-known health advocate, published in his book Emerging Viruses, the circa-1986 audio interview with Dr. Maurice Hillman (1919-2005), at the time a leading authority on vaccines and Chief of Merck Pharmaceutical’s vaccine division. Dr. Horowitz found the interview at the National Library of Medicine on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Medical historian Dr. Edward Shorter had conducted the interview for WGBH television in Boston, Massachusetts, as part of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) series The Health Century produced by the Blackwell Corporation. The interview was never aired, however. In the interview, Dr. Hilleman acknowledges that vaccines given to millions of people worldwide contained the SV-40 virus which is associated with leukemia and other cancers. He also admits that the HIV virus was introduced to humans through vaccines created using HIV infected African monkeys.
The discovery of the Hillman interview vindicates Drs. Snead and Butel in their research concerning the origins of AIDS and the explosion of cancers since the introduction of the polio vaccine. Tragically, government agencies across the country are still forcing parents to immunize their children with what may still be contaminated vaccines before allowing them to attend school. In some cases, when parents refused to comply, they are arrested and their children taken into custody. It would be ironic if the people we have entrusted with our safety are responsible for unleashing what may prove to be a plague of Biblical proportions.
January 10, 2012
Benedict LaRosa [send him mail] is a historian and writer with undergraduate and graduate degrees in history from the U.S. Air Force Academy and Duke University, respectively. He is the author of Gun Control: An Historical Perspective and other works.
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