Monthly Archive for April, 2010

Carrots, Sticks & Useful Idiots

In December 2007, Merkuri Stanback entered the Park Community Federal Credit Union in Macon, Georgia brandishing a firearm. Stanback and his cohorts restrained employees and ransacked the teller area before making off with almost $200K. When Stanback was arrested, a prosecutor declared that “bank robbers should be put on notice that they will serve the full term of years imposed because there is no parole in the federal system.” Continue reading ‘Carrots, Sticks & Useful Idiots’

Judge denies review of ex-doctor’s license revocation

LONG BEACH – An effort by David Cundiff to have his doctor’s license reinstated has suffered a setback, with an administrative judge agreeing there should be no re-examination of the original evidence – even if key portions are reportedly false.  Cundiff maintains his license was revoked after a key witness gave false testimony, but efforts to have the case Continue reading ‘Judge denies review of ex-doctor’s license revocation’

The Berkeley Inquisition Exposed

The word is chutzpa – and it’s hard to imagine a better way to describe UC Berkeley (UCB) Vice Provost Sheldon Zedeck’s assignment of Arthur Reingold to investigate misconduct allegations against Professor Peter Duesberg, PhD. The charges stem from Duesberg’s (et al) report that was published in 2009 by Medical Hypotheses. Citing 35 references that includes South Africa’s (SA) own mortality reports, Prof. Duesberg’s team concluded that: Continue reading ‘The Berkeley Inquisition Exposed’

Criminal HIV Trials Worry Pharma Execs

It began in 2009 with Eneydi Torres. Accused of exposing several men to HIV, Florida prosecutors threatened Torres with decades in prison unless she accepted their plea deal. But when asked to prove the reliability of HIV testing, prosecutors abruptly reduced their offer of 15 years in state prison to five days of unsupervised probation. Continue reading ‘Criminal HIV Trials Worry Pharma Execs’