posted on Jan, 13 2012 @ 01:31 PM
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman
"Our findings strongly suggest that contamination of the Artibonite [river] and one of its tributaries downstream from a military camp triggered the
epidemic," said the report in the July issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases, a journal of the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention
The article says there is "an exact correlation" in time and place between the arrival of a battalion from an area of Nepal that was experiencing a
cholera outbreak and the appearance of the first cases in the Meille river a few days later.
The remoteness of the Meille river in central Haiti and the absence of other factors make it unlikely that the cholera strain could have come to Haiti
in any other way, the report says.
It's pretty obvious, but follow the money: same site:
"It also argues that demonstrating an imported origin would compel "international organisations to reappraise their procedures"."