was supposedly first photographed in 1985, but recently uncovered
1971 electron microscope
photographs identical to HIV
may help researchers find a cure and discover the diseases true
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NEWS RELEASE OCTOBER 11, 2002
1971 Photo Proves AIDS Is U.S.
SAN DIEGO — An American civil rights
activist may have
"irrefutable proof" the U.S. government engineered the AIDS virus
rid of African-Americans and other minorities.
Boyd Graves, an African-American lawyer in San Diego and AIDS victim,
claims he has hundreds of U.S. government documents proving AIDS was
created to be used as biological weapon against African-Americans.
His evidence collection includes the government's
1971 HIV flow chart
which graphically coordinates the
Special Virus development program.
The recently uncovered HIV documents predate the first known cases
of HIV/AIDS in America and Africa by more than ten years.
However, his latest finding may be the most direct link yet:
photograph made with an electron microscope showing a manmade virus
that is identical to the HIV virus.
Graves says experts in the scientific community who have analyzed both
photos vouch for his evidence and hopes for growing support for
his findings among various government health agencies.
Although the idea that AIDS is man-made is shocking, Graves says there's
an antidote and intends that his evidence and activism will help force
to finally release it to the world.
"Our process of review is irreversible," Graves said. "Together
we can end AIDS
win this battle to save our people from extermination."
Graves has provided nearly 40,000 copies of the
1971 HIV flowchart since 2000 in order to raise
awareness and support for the issue. Graves makes
much of his HIV/AIDS research including the 1971 photo
and flow chart available on the internet as free downloads
Boyd E. Graves
Zygote Media Networks
American human rights' activist Dr. Boyd E. Graves is
the author of "STATE
ORIGIN: The Evidence of the Laboratory Birth of AIDS" and "WORLD
WAR AIDS: The Third World War" (Zygote Media 2002)