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From: Liam Scheff to email@example.com
Subject: Original investigator on “Flawed BBC Film” demands apology, correction
Please have your reporter, Leigh Holmwook, contact me, Liam Scheff, to correct the egregious errors in your reportage of the current attack on honest, critical, investigative journalism by the ‘AidsTruth’ pharma cabal. [Here]
Your reportage on this is missing more than half of the story. Your reporter Holmwood is quoting, at length, one Jeanne Bergman, activist for the drug use that is being criticized in the Guinea Pig Kids film.
You are citing the aggressor, not the aggrieved.
The issue at hand is the following – orphans in NYC were and are being used in clinical drug trials – “experiments” – with extraordinarily toxic drugs – as per the studies themselves.
Have a look at the title, the drugs, the warnings on every drug in the study, and the compound use of the drugs – seven at a time, in children as young as four years old.
What’s the complaint for? That the reporting was bad? It wasn’t. It was perfectly good, rigorous, courageous, truth-telling reporting.
So, what’s the complaint about?
Maybe the Jeanne Bergman’s in the world don’t like being associated with force-feeding drugs to children…
But your reporter left that out, and so did Bergman. These kids are force fed drugs through surgically-implanted tubes when they refuse drugs.
Why leave that juicy bit of reporting out? Aren’t you trying to sell papers?
Or, is it that that information just doesn’t fit with Bergman’s self-righteous tone in defense of the process.
It’s a shameful thing the BBC is doing, by capitulating to the demands of a pro-pharma cabal. It’s a shameful thing your journal is doing by not digging up the research that you say is flawed.
It’s not flawed, it’s solid as granite. Come have a look:
Awaiting your kind response,