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AIDS Activist Boyd Graves Live on Radio Ireland Wednesday (Oct. 23, 2002)

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AIDS Activist Boyd Graves Live on Radio Ireland Wednesday 

DUBLIN – American civil rights lawyer Boyd E. Graves will discuss the critical importance of his 1971 HIV flow chart discovery live on Irish Radio WLMZ beginning at 12pm EST Wednesday October 23. International listeners may tune into the live interview online at 

Graves details his discovery of the1971 HIV flow chart including declassified documents from top government officials in his first book, “STATE ORIGIN: The Evidence of the Laboratory Birth of AIDS”. 

Graves will discuss the 1971 HIV flow chart’s relevance to the absolute evidence of the laboratory birth of the HIV/AIDS virus, which UNAIDS reports indicate has claimed more than 
20 million victims worldwide. 

“I received my copy of “State Origin” today. I saw immediately Dr. Graves did his homework,” said Robert Williams. “That he did it in such an easy and readable style is marvelous.” 

While Graves’ first book has been praised for both its’ scientific accuracy among professionals and understandability among average readers, Graves’ second title; “WORLD WAR AIDS: The Third World War”, is expected to open the federal AIDS curtain further. 

“His first book provided the world introduction to the absolute evidence of the laboratory birth of AIDS,” said independent publisher Zygote Media President Joel Bales. “His second title provides readers more shocking documentation and multiple perspectives on this issue.” 

Bales says the extra costs of reproducing court documents, special virus experiments, and official government correspondences inside the book are important to providing readers the opportunity to formulate conclusions about HIV/AIDS problem based on the solid scientific evidence. 

Graves’ second book, “WORLD WAR AIDS” is scheduled to begin shipping internationally on World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, 2002. 

Graves’ encourages the public download his 
1971 flow chart discovery online at Listeners may tune into Wednesday’s live simulcast online at beginning at 12pm EST.

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