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Nixon's wife, Helaine, has told authorities that her husband was in Cuba trying to arrange a pharmaceutical test, according to congressional officials.
"She's unclear why he's being detained," said Ernie Ching, an Irvine lawyer representing the Nixons.
Ching said Helaine Nixon has had "intermittent communications" with her husband, who is being held under "house arrest" somewhere in Cuba.
"She is extremely concerned as to his well-being," Ching said. "For any individual to be detained in Cuba for three weeks, you would have every reason to be concerned."
edit on 4-6-2012 by FORMe2p00p0n because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by FORMe2p00p0n
reply to post by seentoomuch
He told me they made tons of this stuff (in 1998) and treated people all over the world, that's why I kept asking him why he didn't release the info to the main stream public.
Yet the Article in 1995 states "the project to my knowledge has stopped and I have no knowledge that the Cubans will continue"
We are the knights of the Sacred Order Order of the Golden Monkey.
"I would gladly sacrifice the life of Lyndon B. Johnson for the sake of every American." -Richard M. Nixon
Trixolan was linked in headlines to American fugitive Robert Lee Vesco and to Donald A. Nixon, President Richard Nixon's nephew. In the early 1980s Donald Nixon's wife contracted breast cancer and was treated with chemotherapy. In the search for a remedy for her cancer, he met with Dr. Stephen Herman, who claimed that Viroxan could boost the immune system and could get rid of many diseases, including cancer. Donald Nixon gave his wife Trixolan and claimed that it cured his wife's cancer and her arthritis.
Nixon asked the Federal Government for $300 million to test the drug. When no funding was forthcoming, he formed a partnership with Vesco and other partners. Nixon was placed under house arrest in Cuba when he went to visit Vesco — who had fled to Cuba to avoid prosecution for securities fraud — for financing. 
Purportedly, Vesco introduced Nixon to Fidel Castro and his brother Raul, and Fidel set up four laboratories in Cuba with his nephew Antonio Fraga Castro as head of the project to develop the formula. They claim Trixolan suppresses cancer and cures AIDS, arthritis and the common cold - all of which are diseases related to immunity.
Castro imprisoned Vesco in 1996, convicting him of fraud, saying he had defrauded a state-run biotechnology laboratory run by Castro's nephew in a scheme to "develop" TX. Associated Press reported that he had been convicted of marketing Trixolan without government permission. Vesco died of lung cancer in 2007.
After several years of high stakes investments and seedy credit dealings, Vesco was alleged guilty of securities fraud. He immediately fled the ensuing U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation by living in a number of Central American and Caribbean countries that did not have extradition laws. Charges emerged following the Watergate scandal that linked Vesco with illegal funding for a company owned by Donald A. Nixon (Richard Nixon's nephew).
Vesco was notorious throughout his life, attempting to buy a Caribbean island from Antigua in order to create an autonomous country and having a national law in Costa Rica made to protect him from extradition. A 2001 Slate.com article labeled Vesco "the undisputed king of the fugitive financiers." After settling in Cuba in 1982, Vesco was charged with drug smuggling in 1989. In the 1990s he became involved with Donald Nixon again, and was indicted by the Cuban government for "fraud and illicit economic activity" and "acts prejudicial to the economic plans and contracts of the state" in 1996.
Vesco was sentenced to 13 years in jail by Cuba. Five months after his death in November 2007 the New York Times reported he succumbed to lung cancer at a hospital in Havana, Cuba.
Originally posted by Monkeygod333
What a fascinating thread. I think we may have stumbled onto something unique here!
Well done OP!
Now all we need to do is try to establish the chemical makeup and process of the compound/serum and spread the word.
Again, fantastic thread. I'll be back soon.
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