While many Americans are rightfully outraged about experiments on animals, recently uncovered experiments on orphans performed under Fauci‘s watch have not gotten the news coverage they deserve.
In 2004, a documentary entitled “Guinea Pig Kids” was filmed based on the findings of investigative journalist Liam Scheff. In this film, Scheff exposed Dr. Anthony Fauci’s torturous secret medical experiments on HIV-infected orphans in the care of Incarnation Children’s Center (ICC).
The ICC marketed itself as “New York City’s only skilled nursing facility providing specialized care for children and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS,” but was actually the scene of serious crimes against humanity.
In 1992, the NIAID, led by Dr. Fauci, provided funding to the ICC to reintroduce the center as “an outpatient clinic for HIV-positive children,” turning it into a part of Columbia University’s Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trials Unit.
The center then became the place that New York’s child welfare department would drop off vulnerable and underprivileged orphans to be used as lab rats to test toxic AIDS drugs such as AZT, Nevirapine, various protease inhibitors, and several experimental AIDS vaccines.
According to reporting from Life Site News, “Most of these drugs, approved for adults with AIDS, carried Black Box warnings and caused potentially lethal side effects, including bone marrow death, organ failure, deformities and brain damage.”
Most of the orphans used as lab rats in these experiments were Black, Hispanic and poor, and were often born to drug-addicted mothers.
Even when the drugs were obviously causing serious side effects, the workers were told that the symptoms were just AIDS-related.
“We were told that if they were vomiting, if they lost their ability to walk, if they were having diarrhea, if they were dying, then all of this was because of their HIV infection. I just faithfully gave it as I was told by doctors,” said Jacklyn Hoerger, whose job it was to administer the drugs to the children.
Life Site News comments: “Compliance, as a unidirectional principle, has been a recurring theme throughout Fauci’s career.”
The outlet’s comment appears to be correct. Looking at the views of people working under Fauci at the time, we see the recurring theme. According to ICC Medical Director Dr. Katherine Painter, the “biggest problem facing families with HIV-positive children is adherence.”
Hoerger learned the hard way that Fauci and Painter were wrong. While working at the ICC, she began the process of adopting two half-sisters from the program. When the girls lived at home with her, she applied a more compassionate scientific method, and quickly discovered that the medications were the problems. After taking them off of the drug regimens, she described the improvements as “almost instantaneous” and noted the girls began eating properly for the first time in their lives. Of course, she soon discovered that the doctors didn’t care about the truth. Her non-compliance caused her to be deemed a negligent parent, and she lost custody of the girls. She was never permitted to see them again.
This is just one of many horrific stories from these disturbing experiments.
Life Site News reports:
“At ICC, the cooperation of experimental subjects consistently took precedence over their wellbeing. Children were required to take these medications regardless of their negative impacts, and adverse effects were attributed to their presumed illness (AHRP discovered that NIAID allowed its pharma partners to experiment on children without lab-confirmed HIV infections).
When some parents refused to consent to the trials, children’s services officials would promptly remove them and place them with foster families, or in children’s homes where a child’s participation would then be authorized.
When children resisted or refused their medications they were brought to Columbia Presbyterian hospital, where plastic tubes were surgically inserted into their stomachs for drug administration.”
At least 80 children died during the course of these clinical trials.
“Fauci just brushed all those dead babies under the rug. They were collateral damage in his career ambitions. They were throw-away children,” said Vera Sharav, a child survivor of the Holocaust, human rights activist, and founder of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP).
Visiting the ICC’s mass grave at the Gate of Heaven cemetery located in Hawthorne, New York, drove that point home for Celia Farber, an investigative reporter who conducted research for “Guinea Pig Kids.”
“I couldn’t believe my eyes,” Farber said. “It was a very large pit with AstroTuft thrown over it, which you could actually lift up. Under it, one could see dozens of plain wooden coffins, haphazardly stacked. There may have been 100 of them. I learned there was more than one child’s body in each.”