Saturday, September 3, 2011

Bioethics Commission Meeting 6 Update

An interesting turn of events occurred with the Bioethics Commission in the interim between  Meetings 4 & 5 and Meeting 6 on Aug 29-30, 2011.  Apparently, it got a little too hot for the Bioethics Commission that was hearing public testimony about all the current heinous crimes being committed against innocent American citizens at the hands of the U.S. Government. They ended up sending letters out to several hundred people that did not get to speak at these two previous Meetings 4 & 5 and it stated that they would take no more testimony from these torture victims at Meeting 6.  You can read the text of the letter for yourself at this link.

By not letting all these people give more testimony, I think there was definitely pressure from above to keep the cover up on going by not giving any more attention to this issue.

Aug. 29-30, 2011, in Washington, D.C.
This meeting occurred without the testimony as stated but the Bioethics Commission Chairwoman Dr. Amy Gutman and panel came out with statements concerning all illegal human test subjects should be compensated for their suffering.  Looks like they are devising a no fault against the perpetrators of these crimes and pay off the torture victims scheme.  The link to the Washington Post story is here.

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