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WORLD WAR AIDS: DAY #42

Thursday January 11, 2001

ONE YEAR AGO TODAY, Boyd E. Graves, J.D., Director-Aids Concerns, the Common Cause Medical Research Foundation alerted the United Nations' Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, of the AIDS Flow Chart. The world continues to wait for a reply. Please re-post
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January 11, 2000

Kofi A. Annan
Secretary-General
The United Nations
New York, NY 10017

Emerging Viruses AIDS and Ebola: Nature, Accident or Intentional?

By Dr. Leonard Horowit

See Chapter By Chapter Summary
See Dr. Horowitz 1996 Washington D.C. Labor Day Speech

A Search for the Origin of AIDS Reveals a Shocking CIA-Military Industrial Genocidal Germ Warfare Program.

Costly deal: Church working to raise millions

by Eric Convey, Tom Mashberg and Maggie Mulvihill

Wednesday, March 13, 2002

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston is scrambling to come up with tens of millions of dollars - some of it from wealthy donors ready to sign checks as soon as today - to pay for a rash of settlements expected to follow yesterday's $20 million deal in the John J. Geoghan sex abuse scandal.

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Founder of Palm Beach diocese accused of sexual abuse coverup

By Nicole Sterghos Brochu

Staff Writer
Posted March 13 2002

The Catholic Diocese of Palm Beach has had three bishops in its 18-year history, and all three have found themselves immersed in sex scandals.

Last week, Bishop Anthony J. O'Connell offered his resignation following revelations that he sexually abused two boys 25 years ago. He had come in 1998 to heal a diocese rocked by the admissions of previous Bishop J. Keith Symons that he had molested five altar boys early in his 40-year career.

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States Investing Their Tobacco Settlements In Tobacco Stocks

By Matt Pyeatt

CNSNews.com Staff Writer
March 12, 2002

(CNSNews.com) - Many of the states that received billions of dollars in the national tobacco settlement have invested some of those funds in the stock market, benefiting the same tobacco firms that were meant to be punished by the settlement, according to a research group.

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