posted on Dec, 5 2004 @ 05:07 AM
I have always wondered about scientists that have been murdered or gone missing because of breakthroughs that could change the world, for the better,
and the people that don't want to see such a technology developed: those who stand to lose money or power on such an endeavour: those that would even
kill to prevent such discoveries from fruition. And came across this:
Dr. Ian Langford was a senior Fellow at the University of East Anglia's Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment. He was
studying the environmental risks of air and water pollution. Dr Langford was forty-years of age and the cause of his death undetermined. Which is
strange, to say the least, considering his naked body was found wedged underneath a chair and the walls of his living room were covered in blood.
Dr. Don C. Wiley, Havard biochemestry professor and researcher at Howard Hughes Medical Institute (which performs biological research, sometimes
jointly funded by the NIH and DoD) and the National Institute of Health, was declared missing after his rental car was found abandoned on the Hernado
de Soto Bridge outside Memphis, Tennessee. His body was found about a month later 300 miles south of Memphis snagged on a tree along the Mississippi
River in Vidalia, LA. His death was ruled "accidental."
Dr. Steven Mostow, 63, infectious disease expert at the University of Colorada Health Sciences Center, was killed in a plane crash near Centennial
Dr. David Wynn Williams, Antartic Explorer, astrobiologist, microbiologist, exobiologist, killed in a road accident while jogging near his Cambridge
Dr. David Schwartz, microbiologist, founding member of the Virginia Biotechnology Association, and the Executive Director of Research and Development
at Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology. He was regarded as an authority on DNA sequencing. Dr. Schwartz was found murdered at his home in
Loudon County, Virginia. Officials state that he was stabbed in a "robbery attempt" though there was no signs of forced entry or stolen property. An
adult and two teen-agers were arrested in the case. They were labled Satanists and Dr. Schwartz's murder was said to be part of a satanic ritual.
Dr. Tanya Holzmayer, biotechnologist, was surprised to find a pizza deliveryman at the door of her Montana home. Moments later a former colleague
surfaced from the shadows, shot her in the head and ran off, police stated. The theory is that Guyang "Mathew" Huang, the former colleague, was
fired by his ex-boss, Dr. Holzmayer, and was seeking revenge. Shortly after murdering Dr. Holzmayer, Mathew took his own life. Dr Holzmayer was
helping to create new drugs that would interfere with the replication of the virus that causes AIDS.
Set Van Nguyen, microbiologist, found dead in the airlock entrance to the walk-in refridgerator in the laboratory he worked at, Victoria State,
Australia. Victoria police state that "He did not know the room was full of deadly gas which had leaked from a liquid nitrogen cooling system. Unable
to breathe, Mr. Nguyen collapsed and died."
Dr. Vladimir Pasechnik, microbiologist, found dead in a village in Wiltshire, England, near his home. His cause of death was deemed a stroke. Dr.
Pasechnik worked for the Centre for Applied Mircobiology and Research at the United Kingdom Department of Health, and in February 20, 2000 formed a
company called Regma Biotechnologies Ltd. Its purpose was to provide powerful alternatives to antibiotics. He died just six weeks after the
announcement of a planned exhumation of the bodies of ten Britons whom died in a 1918 type-A flu epidemic. To this day no Type-A flu virus sample
exists anywhere in the world.
In 1996 Dr. Tsunao Saitoh, CJD, Alzheier Disease neurological researcher, and his daughter were murdered in what LaJolla police called "a very
In 1994, Jose Trias and his wife were murdered in their Chevy Chase, Md. home. They met with a friend of theirs, a journalist, before the day of their
murder and told him of their plan to expose HHMI (Howard Hughes Medical Institute) funding of "special ops" research. Grant money that goes to HHMI
is actually diverted to special black ops research projects.
Now, supposedly, all of these murders have to do with a secret genetic bioweapon that the United States has been secretly developing. This weapon,
supposedly, can target individuals with specific genetic characteristics, say blonde hair or brown eyes, for example.
Does anyone know anything about this? Could such a weapon be created and if so can the people who create this "genetic weapon" render themselves or
Keep in mind, this has nothing to do with my aforementioned search. I am still working on that.