All 29 people held in a quarantine centre in Liberia, which was attacked by angry locals on Saturday night, had tested positve for ebola according the head of the Health Workers Association of Liberia, George Williams.
That is a 100% rate, very suspicious and indicates a faulty diagnostic kit.
In fact, the FDA-approved, emergency-use ebola diagnostic kit has never been tested to see if it produces a negative result and may produce a false positive result 100% of the time according to the FDA’s own documents.
The 29 people were more or less healthy when they went into quarantine, according to media accounts. They were presumably put under quarantine for displaying symptoms such as fever which ebola shares in its early stages with many other common diseases. Yet when tested for ebola, 100% of them, all 29 people, were declared ebola positive and arrangements were made to send them to an ebola treatment centre. Not a single one of the 29 people tested negative, Not one turned out to have malaria, jaundice, meningitis or food poisoning, a cold or any other of the diseases common to the area.
Could the improbable 100% result be due, in fact, to a faulty diagnostic kit? Were the people in the quarantine center tested with the FDA approved emergency-use ebola diagnostic kit or the Tulane university ebola diagnostic kit now barred in Sierra Leone?
From the mainstream media accounts, locals stormed the quarantine centre to rescue people from death.
Reports indirectly confirm that Ebola quarnatine is being used as a cover to kill more or less healthy people.
“Fallah Boima’s son was admitted to the ward four days ago, and seemed to be doing well, but when the distraught father arrived for his daily visit on Sunday his son was nowhere to be seen, AFP adds.”
There is now talk of putting seventy-five thousand people under quarantine in Monrovia amidst media hype about a killer ebola virus on the loose after locals rescued the people from almost certain death.