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Marissa Alexander could never use the “Stand Your Ground” law as a defense, had she murdered the man or one of the children she shot at.
Marissa Alexander was in the man’s home. She left. She left to get her gun out of the car and then returned inside the home, where she fired the gun in the direction of the man and his two children. If she had killed him or one of his two kids she would be facing a first degree murder charge, which carries the death penalty in Florida.
Despite all the lies told in support of Malissa Alexander, it was the man she was shooting at that called 9-1-1. Marissa Alexander and the professional victims behind her claim she was the one being threatened, but it was the family she was shooting at that fled their own home and called 9-1-1, and it was her trying to kill them.
Marissa Alexander is a danger to society and belongs in prison.
This is from an old post of mine (made elsewhere) on the subject of AIDS, it’s origins in a French oral vaccine program in the Congo (NOTE: I was responding to somebody so if the following comes across as half a conversation, that’s because it is):
Some facts: In America, we still execute criminals on
the basis of far LESS evidence than the Oral Vaccine
Theory has long since amassed. Tookie Williams is
a good example of this.
#1. Most importantly: We’ve got the body. Literally. We’ve
got the very first known example of an HIV-positive human
right where the Oral Vaccine “Experiment” took place.
#2. We have the stated source. We have the animals
infected with SIV, the origins of AIDS, right there (Chimps).
#3. We know (it is a fact) that it was impossible to
prepare 1 million doses of the oral vaccine using material
taken from chimps and not expose large numbers of
people to the origins of AIDS.
#4. We have the eyewitness testimony from both European
and African employees of the program who say that large
quantities of material were taken from chimps as part of
the oral vaccine program.
#5. We have photographic evidence of their efforts to
collect this material from chimps.
#6. We have at least one document showing that Paul
Osterrieth shipped a sample of the material he was
collecting from chimps to Dr. Koprowski in Philadelpia.
#7. We have further eyewitness testimony stating that
this material collected from chimps was used to
produce the vaccine on site, in the Congo.
#1. Vaccines (plural) had spread diseases in the past.
In one example alone (but not the only example) the
U.S. government accidentally infected some 50,000
soldiers with hepatitis through a contaminated
#2. We have an overtly stated agenda from the people
who oppose the Oral Vaccine Transmission theory.
Quite willingly, and with no ambiguity, the opponents
of the Oral Vaccine Theory are quick to express their
fears regarding public reaction to the theory, and the
potential harm to vaccines & other health projects this
#3. The Oral Vaccine theory was never not rejected.
Claiming that a 2001 publication “Disproved” the
Oral Vaccine theory requires that prior to 2001 the
Oral Vaccine theory was a valid theory that withstood
10 years of vigorous debate. But even a casual
glance at mainstream discussions on the theory
demonstrate that it was ALWAYS misrepresented
Stated another way: The conclusion predates the
the so-called “evidence,” and never once considered
Your “Science” magazine, for example, first ran
a story spelling out the demise of the Oral
Vaccine theory in 1992. It’s basis for the story was
a panel created by the Wistar Institute, the very
source of the oral polio vaccine. Few facts were
actually addressed by this panel, and their basis
for any conclusions have later proven to be
incorrect or flat-out lies.
#4. Denial. Osterrieth didn’t simply deny that he
had prepared the vaccine locally using material
taken from chimps, he denied EVERYTHING!
Strangely enough, Osterrieth admits to making
vaccines in the Congo… just not Polio vaccine.
| The precise memory recall of Jacques [one of the
| the eyewitnesses at the lab] after over 40 years is
| amazing and puzzling, but he pretends also that I
| was already making vaccine when the virus lab
| was not even yet created. It may be he confuses
| polio vaccine with different types of bacteriological
| vaccines that I and others made in the old LMS,
| such as auto-vaccines against staphylococcus,
| vaccines against enteric bacteria, etc. In any case,
| how could he know what vaccines I was making?
“I wasn’t making vaccine! I was making a different
vaccine! Besides, how does he know which vaccine
I was making?”
#4. Disinformation. This ranges from your obvious
example of pretending that the Oral Vaccine theory
was invented by an investigative journalist (your
obsession with Hooper), to your equally as obvious
example of a CDC website that invented a large
number of strawmen.
Let’s make one thing clear: The CDC knows the
Oral Vaccine theory in & out. They’ve picked
it cleaner than a pack of Bush cronies at
a budget conference.
IT’S THEIR JOB!
When they constructed a bunch of strawmen to post
on their website, they didn’t do so because they had
no idea what a couple of highly respected scientist
had determined — and an investigative journalist had
written about. They didn’t “Accidentally” not address
the theory on a website pretending to address it.
What we see on the CDC website — YOUR citation —
is the result of a POLICY decision, a POLITICAL
decision, and not science. And we know this for a
fact because, now get this, there is NO SCIENCE
there! It doesn’t simply ignore the Oral Vaccine
theory, it misrepresents it as something completely
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