"Are You Positive?" by Stephen Davis
Tyree Johnson stands accused of first-degree murder in a South Carolina courtroom. His crime? Making love to his girlfriend after he had been diagnosed HIV-Positive.
The defense, however, claims there is reasonable doubt that Tyree's diagnosis was wrong-that, according to numerous scientific studies, these so-called "HIV tests" are fraught with errors, and have been ever since their inventor, Dr. Robert Gallo, lied on his patent application.
Furthermore, Tyree's lawyer argues that there is no scientific evidence that HIV is transmitted by heterosexual intercourse, and that Tyree's girlfriend died from taking lethal anti-retroviral drugs rather than from any HIV/AIDS illness.
Ripped from the headlines of today's newspapers, Are You Positive? Raises serious questions about whether anyone has ever been properly diagnosed as HIV-positive, and whether most people today are dying from the HIV medications prescribed by their doctors.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Stephen Davis is a former Arizona state senator, Physician's Assistant, co-creator of Up With People, and author of, "Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial."