Un message intéressant de David Teacher.
Je confirme ce qu'il dit sur l'IEPS :
IEPS - Liste Des Membres
Extrait de "La Protection Civile" édité par l'IEPS
Ce professeur a joué un rôle dans l'autopsie de Paul Latinus ...
Voir le dossier Latinus sur
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Dans Rogue Agents FN 463, j'ai reproduit la liste des membres de l'IEPS que vous avez publiee dans le temps. Y figure un certain
"A. HEYNDRICKX, Professeur de Toxicologie, Rijksuniversiteit, Gent (Belgique)". J'ai le souvenir que vous aviez ecrit aussi que celui-ci fut responsable d'une expertise douteuse ayant trait aux TBW; c'etait laquelle?
Entretemps, notez bien a propos de Project Coast, le programme secret de guerre chimique/biologique de l'Afrique du Sud mene par Wouter Basson (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Coast):
Project Coast - Wikipedia
Project Coast was a top-secret chemical and biological weapons (CBW) program instituted by the South African government during the apartheid era. Project Coast was ...
In Angola, the conflict reached a peak in October 1987, with the battle of Cuito Cuanavale. While Cuba and the Angolan government claimed a great victory, over 5,000 government troops were killed and advanced SAMs (SA-8s) were captured by the SADF who, subsequently, gave them to the U.S. According to David Steward, President de Klerk’s chief of staff, 1989-1994, Cuban and Angolan government forces used CW at Cuito Cuanavale and at Lomba River. A UNITA commander on the ground, Gen. Deon Ferreira, claimed that he saw a “flash in the sky,” which was indicative of a CW attack. Later, UNITA troops were evacuated to Pretoria with their hair falling out.
Basson led the investigation and brought with him Dr. Heyndrickx from Ghent, Belgium. According to Gen. (ret.) Meiring, other European scientists accompanied them. Heyndrickx’s research project was done in loose collaboration with a clinic in Mavinga in southern Angola that was staffed by SADF personnel. Subsequently, Heyndrickx, as well as the South African government, accused the Angolan government of using CW. However, Heyndrickx refused to allow findings to be reviewed by his peers that MPLA used poison gas on UNITA in the Angolan war.
Tire de la page 24 du rapport officiel de l'USAF: http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/cpc-pubs/southafrica.pdf.
The Rollback of South Africa’s
The Rollback of South Africa™s Chemical and Biological Warfare Program Dr. Stephen F. Burgess and Dr. Helen E. Purkitt April 2001 USAF Counterproliferation Center