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Bulgaria 'to waive Libyan debt'

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posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 04:54 AM
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Bulgaria 'to waive Libyan debt'


news.bbc.co.uk

Bulgaria is to waive $57m (£29m) of debt it is owed by Libya following the release of six medics convicted of infecting Libyan children with HIV.
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posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 04:54 AM
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This is sick, those medics should never have been released, 29 mil isnt that much money on the international scale. Libya just signed a massive arms deal with france so they had/have the money. Should lock those sickos back up.

Take Care, Vix

news.bbc.co.uk
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posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 04:59 AM
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Originally posted by Vixion


This is sick, those medics should never have been released, 29 mil isnt that much money on the international scale. Libya just signed a massive arms deal with france so they had/have the money. Should lock those sickos back up.

Take Care, Vix


Oh really? Do you even know what you are talking about? Do you know the real circumstances of the whole situation for the past 8 years?



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 05:21 AM
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ease up buddy!im from bulgaria,i dont think our medics infected the children on purpuse.WHY WOULD THEY?
the equipment may was unclean or diseased,maybe some black op sabotage to test a chemical weapon?
why should our medics be the bad guis?and they wanted to kill them just couse they didnt know the equipment was unclean or diseased?
THEY STAYED IN JAIL SO MANY YEARS
THEY GOT TORTURED LIKE HELL WITH ELECTRICITY in theyr nails,raping,beating, GOD KNOWS what more theyve done to them!
electorcuting them?torturing?and so our medics are the sickos?
u know whats like to have electrocuted below the nails?i dont wanna know!
and they dont have a chance if they didnt released them!were are in the euro now,were in nato now.if they killed them that means all economy of libya with inside getting stoped and maybe even war
u know how many libyan tourists and people here would have been shot or killed?

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posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 07:01 AM
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Do you have sources to back up this torture and stuff or are you just guessing?



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 07:26 AM
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Ever heard off innocent until proven guilty? Those medics have repeated their innocense over and over again. To class them as sicko's is rather insulting to say the least.




posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 07:52 AM
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They were proven guilty, sure it was in a Libyan court...



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 03:39 PM
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They are innocent - Most of you folk's know just some point's but not the big picture. One of my friends father was one of their advocates - they were tortured to confess. It would too much time to write 8 years down in a single post so i suggest the people who have a big mouth can do a google search and be more informed (!) before they raise their "GUILTY" sign

Study backs Libya HIV case medics

Crucial Point for H.I.V. Case, and for Libya





"This study is an impressive statistical analysis. It shows clearly that the hypothesis of deliberately injecting children with HIV in 1998 should be rejected."

Philippe Lemey, expert on HIV evolution, Rega Institute for Medical Research, Belgium.

"This is exactly the kind of objective phylogenetic analysis needed in this case. The results clearly show that the health workers were not responsible for the introduction of these HIV strains."

David Hillis, expert on viral phylogenies, the University of Texas, Austin.

"This kind of analysis has been approved by courts around the world. This is a case of [hospital] infection with multiple, independent sources, a pattern most easily explained by sloppy or inappropriate practices at the hospital."

Fernando González Candelas, evolutionary geneticist, the University of Valencia, Spain.

"The existing epidemiological data are already enough to demonstrate that the accused medical staff cannot be the source of the contamination. De Oliveira's analysis is completely independent, and yields the same conclusion. The court cannot pretend to be impartial if it refuses to hear any competent scientist from abroad."

Michel Milinkovitch, evolutionary geneticist, the Free University of Brussels, Belgium.

"They have used state-of-the-art methods to estimate divergence and dates of events in this outbreak. The analysis shows compelling evidence that the outbreak had started before the accused could have started it."

Thomas Leitner, expert in HIV evolution, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico.



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