Episode 62: Nicole Andrews Faced 60 Years in Jail
April 10th, 2013

Yvonne Nicole Andrews was facing 60 years in jail until her case was assisted by Clark Baker of the HIV Innocence Group at the Office of Medical and Scientific  Justice (OMSJ). David Crowe and Elizabeth Ely discuss her experiences with her, and how her outlook on HIV and AIDS has changed.

Criminalization of HIV is an increasingly important issue, with people facing five, 10, 20 or even more years in jail merely for having sex without revealing their HIV status. The AIDS establishment finds it hard to protest these sentences while also claiming that HIV is a deadly, sexually transmitted virus. The law has essentially made HIV a crime, because subtracting HIV from these cases would leave behind perfectly legal behavior – consensual sexual intercourse between adults.

Nicole’s story, with more background, is posted at Celia Farber’s Truth Barrier site.

The mentioned test for “viral particles” in Nicole’s blood is an experimental technology destined to clear this life-changing, criminalized “positive” status.  Interesting persons can stay updated at the Operation Letterhead page, which further shows how persons diagnosed as “HIV positive” can document what their testing centers are claiming (or refusing to claim).

CORRECTION: Clark Baker joined the AIDS dissident viewpoint in 2008, not 2009, as cited in the interview.  We regret the error.

“Episode 62: Nicole Andrews Faced 60 Years in Jail” comments…
  1. Episode 99: Down the Rabbit Hole with J. Todd DeShong of ‘HIV Innocence Group Truth,’ Supporting Bobby Russell’s Lawsuit but ‘Deconstructing’ his Investigator at How Positive Are You says:

    […] been running a straight-ahead attack on Baker, OMSJ and the work of its HIV Innocence Group (see Episode 62 for one grateful criminal defendant), and Baker has alleged in court filings that DeShong is not […]

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