— Jenny Marie Hatch (@JennyHatch) September 1, 2014
— Jenny Marie Hatch (@JennyHatch) September 2, 2014
Dr. Leonard Horowitz had his You Tube channel pulled recently.
Dr. Horowitz is the author of the book: Emerging Viruses: Aids and Ebola: Nature, Accident, or Intentional
Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz’s national best-seller (that the New York Times refused to review) provides the first in-depth exploration into the origins of HIV and Ebola.
Honolulu, HI—A Harvard trained expert in public health and emerging diseases, Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, claims the 2014 Ebola “outbreak” smacks of scientific fraud and commercial crime.
In a 24-minute Special Report prepared for public broadcasting on Vimeo’s Revolution Television channel, Dr. Horowitz, an award-winning author and filmmaker, with co-host investigative-journalist Sherri Kane, claims the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has defrauded people after drug industrialists loosed the Ebola Zaire strain from a bioweapons laboratory refrigerator.
The only reasonable explanation for the germ’s sudden re-emergence in a different country after years of hiding in a so-called “natural reservoir” is commercial gain and financial crime involving a refrigerator, Horowitz informs viewers.
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“NPR reports that the rumor has spread that the government has invented ebola to get funds from international donors and secretly kills patients and then claims they died of the disease.
In Sierra Leone supervising nurse Josephine Finda Sellu knows better. This disease is not imaginary. She lost 15 of her staff in rapid succession, but slogs on in a frightening job to keep busy in the face of despair. This devastating outbreak has killed doctors, scared away medical staff and forced some hospitals to close.
The New York Times notes, “In the campaign against the Ebola virus, which is sweeping across parts of West Africa in an epideic worse than all previous outbreaks of the disease combined, the front line is stitched together by people like Ms. Sellu:”