HIV/AIDS Special

Clark Baker

Clark Baker is a former officer of the LAPD in Los Angeles, who left after retirement in 2000 to become an independent writer and private investigator. He is now the founder of the Office for Medical and Scientific Justice in Southern California, which spearheads investigations into the politics and fraud of various medical related groups and individuals, including the pro-AIDS industry and academia. Clark serves on the Board of the Semmelweis Society International, a foundation that awards individuals for their scientific independence in innovative research and critical thought in the absence of invested interests. He has written extensively on his investigations into the activities of the pro HIV community.

Website: Office of Medical and Scientific Justice www.OMSJ.org

Liam Scheff

Liam Scheff is an investigative journalist and researcher addresses scientific discoveries, the medical cult and politics of scientism - especially concerning infectious disease, vaccines and prescription drugs - and issues concerning race, class and culture. He has been an activist for children and adolescent rights, and broke the story about government agencies, particularly the NIH, and Big Pharma's hidden experimental trials with dangerous HIV drugs on New York City orphans.

Liam is a co-host Robert Scott Bell's program on health, and has been published in the New York Press, LA Citybeat, Salvo, Hustler and others. He is a contributing investigator for the Office of Medical and Scientific Justice and founder of ReduceTheBurden.org

Website: www.LiamScheff.com and www.ReduceTheBurden.org

Celia Farber

Celia Farber is a journalist who covered the HIV wars extensively since 1987, in various magazines. Some of these writings are collected in her book: "Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS" published by Melville House Press. (now Random House) in 2006.

Activist Michael Callen called Farber "..the best AIDS journalist in the world." She also has enemies, of course. Her 2006 article for Harper's magazine detailing the totalitarian corruption of HIV/AIDS research was titled "Out of Control: AIDS And The Corruption of Medical Science." The attacks from the AIDS industry were predictable and fierce. Nevertheless, she won the 2008 Semmelweis Clean Hands Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism.

Celia will also be starting to host her own program, entitles Radio Free Science, on the Progressive Radio Network this Friday, March 16th at 3pm Eastern Time.

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