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UK's Marissa Charles interviews Christine Maggiore

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Published on Mar 13, 2012

a recorded interview with Marissa Charles of Splash Media in the UK, recorded August 15, 2006, featuring Christine Maggiore. Maggiore talks about her life both prior to and after being diagnosed as HIV-Positive, and gives the correct details of her daughter's death that were so badly distorted in the recent Elle article. This interview will be the basis of a printed article due out in October in the UK. For more information, please go to http:// www.justiceforEJ.com



DISCLAIMER:
People around the planet can be Extreme Judgementalists, In the case of Anyone diagnosed "HIV Positive" anything that happens to them is automatically diagnosed "AID$" although AIDS is not a disease, legitimate $yndrome nor even a classic "Immune Deficiency".. AIDS is a phony medical construct that most of the population are fixated on.

Christine Maggiore expressed this fact about the phony Syndrome, "AIDS" all through her legacy, she even said: "I can get hit by a bus or a meteor, and they will define my death as "AIDS" and they have! and they still do!

Christine Maggiore and her daughter were claimed to have "died of AIDS", this blatant denial of a clever name-tag makes it easier for vicious people to slander and spread lies, even when the facts have slapped them in the face. We monitor the comments made about Christine Maggiore & Her Daughter Eliza Jane Scovill so that you can see for yourself how group conformity is taken over societies by a Nazi mindset. Christine and Eliza Jane died not die of "AIDS", in fact, NO ONE HAS EVER DIED OF AIDS, The American made CDC Medical construct.

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