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Dead Scientists

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Dead Scientists

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Date: Thursday - November 27, 2003
Host: George Noory
Guests: Steve Quayle

This is "the greatest murder mystery in history," said author and terrorism expert Steve Quayle, Thursday's guest for the full 4-hour broadcast. He was discussing the mysterious series of deaths of around 30 prominent microbiologists which began in 2001. He delineated the causes of their deaths, which included planes being shot down or crashing, a "Satanic" murder, and improbable suicides.

Quayle believes the thread that connects the victims is that they were all working on developing "genetically specific weapons," i.e. weapons that could target certain races or groups. He named a "transnational black op secret operation program," as being behind the murder of the scientists. This shadowy group intends to release a "super plague" that will eliminate 90% of the world's population, and "they wanted to take out people that could come up with a cure" for this illness said Quayle.

Implementation of this depopulation plan may have already begun, and Africa may be the initial test site, Quayle suggested. He was particularly wary of a "Spanish Flu derivative," that may soon, if it hasn't already, been unleashed.

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