Ebola virus expert died due to Malaysian Airlines plane crash

Ebola virus expert died due to Malaysian Airlines plane crash

Glenn Thomas, authoritative WHO consultant in Geneva, expert in AIDS and, above all, in Ebola Virus, was aboard the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 shot down on the borders between Ukraine and Russia.

Glenn Thomas was also the coordinator of the media and was involved in the investigations that were bringing to light the controversial Ebola virus testing operations in the biological weapons laboratory at the Kenema hospital. http://198.54.121.95/ Now that this laboratory has been closed by the will of the Government of Sierra Leone, further details are emerging regarding the interests hidden behind its management.

Top secret experiments. A doctor who knows too much. A plane shot down to silence those who might warn the newspapers. A mutant virus that got out of control. There is a thriller “thriller” behind the Ebola epidemic that has infected Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria and is now threatening the world. A long series of strange coincidences that start from Kenema, the research center where Shiekh Humar Khan, the doctor-hero who died on July 29 after being infected with the virus, worked. Khan ran the laboratory where tests were carried out on the local population to find new cases. Laboratory that has a partnership with the Tulane University of New Orleans, famous for its tropical diseases department that conducts research on Ebola.

Kenema Hospital also collaborates with the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disease, the American military sector that deals with infectious diseases. Tests and experiments, according to official press releases, to find vaccines on yellow fever and Lassa fever to immunize soldiers. Testing of bio-weapons, new viruses to be used in war, according to the local population who attacked the center of Kenema because all those who went to Ebola for screening came out sick. So much so that the Ministry of Health of Sierra Leone closed the laboratory and hospital on 23 July, transferred the patients to the Kailahun treatment center and ordered Tulane University to “stop testing on Ebola”. What tests? It is not explained. The dicastery also ordered the CDC,US Center for Disease Control, to “officially send the conclusions and recommendations of the Kenema laboratory assessment.” About what is not clarified. What was being experienced?

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