Fort Detrick, Maryland: The Bio-weapons Manufacturing Center in The USA
Conventional cell-culture breeding alone can be used to introduce a new virus into the world
In the debates on the origin of HIV, a research couple in East Berlin particularly hit the headlines in 1986. Jacob and Lilly Segal opined that HIV was the result of genetic manipulations of retroviruses, which were carried out in a security laboratory of the USA forces in Fort Detrick, Maryland.
According to the two research scientists, in this well-known forge for biological weapons, an experiment was carried out to create a new virus out of the Maedi-Visna Virus of sheep (MVV) and the retroviruses HTLV-I of humans. In place of its protein-envelope section, MVV was said to have been fitted to the corresponding section of the HTLV-I.
The manipulated sheep’s virus was thereby enabled to attack T-cells in human-beings. According to researchers, the experiment could not have succeeded without the high standard of genetic engineering in the United States of America.
However, a catastrophe ensued as a result of an error, prison inmates who have been sentenced to many years of penalties and who have offered their services as Guinea-pigs for tests using the new viruses, on condition that they would be released early, if they were to survive, did not develop disease symptoms.
Once released in 1977, they transferred the virus by intercourse into homosexuals in New York. At the end of 1978, the first cases of Aids were registered there. That HIV is a man-made product, cannot be disputed in view of the biological and medical facts. J. and L. Segal, who also referred this, are not doing this conclusion justice:
The correct thesis loses credibility when based on false evidence. The study they use as evidence of similarity between HIV and HTLV-I reveals no similarity whatsoever for these two viruses in particular, with respect to the protein envelope. Their similarity lies in their core-structure and control, which are right at the other end of the virus genome.
The story about the prisoners who were released early because they were vaccinated with the combined virus from Fort Detrick cannot have taken place in this manner. It can, after all, hardly be assumed that the test-persons as described, were released at the latest within one year.
With the sheep’s virus MVV, named as the first lenti virus, several years have to be taken in account, because of the long incubation period between the point of infection and the appearance of the acute disease.