Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati, a pathologist, toxicologist and Alive & Well
advisory board member recently shared some interesting news: The Supreme
Court of England and Wales will hear the case of Arnold Sauti Nyirenda,
a UK citizen who claims following his doctorıs orders to take AZT
caused him to develop conditions diagnosed as AIDS. Nyirenda is suing
his doctor as well as the manufacturers of AZT.
order to trial was issued May 21, 2002 (Nyirenda vs The Wellcome Trust,
Glaxosmithkline PLC, and Dr. Richard Cocker Case # HQ01X04869) giving
the defendants just 28 days from the time of serving to present their
determining whether to order trial, the court reviewed Dr. Al-Bayatiıs
differential diagnosis of Nyirenda, which identified AZT as the cause of
his AIDS illnesses. The court also considered Al-Bayatiıs many articles
on the subject of AIDS drug induced AIDS along with the compelling
evidence presented in his book (Get All the Facts: HIV Does Not Cause
AIDS), ordering the case go to trial based on facts that demonstrate
AIDS was induced by AIDS medications.
Supreme Courtıs decision to hear the case indicates that differential
diagnosis (a diagnosis based on factual evidence rather than on
assumptions about HIV as the cause of AIDS-defining illness) is
admissible in a court of law despite the general acceptance of the
Al-Bayati has evaluated the cases of other HIV-positive individuals with
AIDS-defining illnesses who blame AIDS treatment for their conditions
and has presented his findings to their treating physicians. He reports,
³In all cases, HIV appeared a harmless virus and AIDS was induced by
the medications. I believe that the Nyirenda case in England will lead
to more legal actions in Europe, the USA, and worldwide challenging the
validity of the HIV hypothesis and the current treatments for patients
with toxic AIDS drugs.²
long as this case does not settle out of court, Dr. Al-Bayati will go to
London to present his findings in the trial.
Does Not Cause AIDS.
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