Aug. 21, 2003
LAB AIDS LAWSUIT ADVANCING IN CALIF. COURT
SAN DIEGO - Human rights activist Boyd Ed Graves has been granted until Sept. 15 to re-file his case in federal court for the full disclosure of a formerly secret federal virus development program called The U.S. Special Virus.
Graves said the U.S. Special Virus Program is conclusive proof the U.S. is responsible for creating HIV/AIDS.
"The 1971 HIV flowchart coordinates over 20,000 scientific papers and fifteen years of progress reports of a secret federal virus development program," Graves said.
Coordinated secretly by the U.S. National Cancer Institute for decades, the U.S. Special Virus development program produced a paper trial of thousands of documents between 1962 and 1978. Graves and his group of medical experts agree the purpose of this program was to create an AIDS-like virus for humans.
"The epidemiology of AIDS is an identical match to the "research logic" identified in the flow chart's five section foldout," Graves said. "The flowchart is page 61 of Progress Report #8 (1971) of the Special Virus program of the United States of America."
Graves said he will re-file the case before the court's Sept. 15 deadline. The next hearing will occur in the U.S. District Court for Southern California before Clinton-era appointee U.S. District Court Judge Jeffrey T. Miller.
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