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In August of 2009, Moshe was accused of making threats against the White House. He briefly made headlines during a stand-off with police in Los Angeles. During the confrontation, the Israeli scientist remarkably withstood five rounds of chemical agent tossed inside his car in the parking lot of the Federal Building in West Los Angeles.
It was later learned that Moshe had called into a radio talk show and said he wanted to supply evidence regarding tainted H1N1 swine flu vaccines being produced by Baxter BioPharma Solutions. Moshe claimed a Baxter lab in Ukraine was producing a bioweapon tha
An unidentified fungus could wipe out a quarter of Afghanistan's poppy crop this year, significantly decreasing the production of opium. It is thought that up to half of the country's crop has been infected. Afghanistan produces 92% of the world's opium. Antonio Maria Costa, the head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) says that prices had gone up by around 50% in the region. The BBC's Mark Dummett says farmers are accusing the Afghan authorities and Nato of poisoning their poppy fields, something they strongly deny.