|Clark Baker and the late Karri Stokley|
I just found out that the HIV innocence project is a fake! I was wrongly convicted for being HIV positive and spent two years in jail. I read about the Office of Medical and Scientific Justice (OSMJ) and thought I had finally found some help. But all I'm getting from Clark Baker is double talk. He won't take my case! I wonder if his project exists at all. Why won't he put me in touch with lawyers?
Worst of all, is this man trying to kill me? He wants me to go off medicines. I'm not a fool- I need legal help. But I want to stay healthy. Why would any detective tell me to go off meds? I'm reading on the internet about Karri Stokely. Is this what happened to her? Is this legal? Why is Baker harming his clients?
Is this Innocence project just a trap to get people off of meds? Why on earth would anyone not want to take life-giving medicine?
I hope you can use this message from Clark to warn people not to go off meds.
Do you know anyone who could really help? A friend of mine is still in jail for being HIV positive- I'm afraid he will get hurt in jail unless I find some real help.
----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Clark Baker <email@example.com>
Subject: Need Help- HIV innocent
Your story is one of millions that have occurred since 1984. I feel awful that you endured this.
The first thing you must do is establish exactly who diagnosed you and exactly how they did it. If you think you were lied to and are not HIV+, you can decide to stop the deadly drugs you’re taking – but do it slow. Atripla contains a highly addictive drug and will make you sick (withdrawal) when you stop. You’ll need to taper off of the Sustiva. If you get sick from withdrawal, your clinician will scold you for interrupting you drugs and try to convince you that you’re dying from AIDS.
Do you have access to your medical records? How far back do they go? If statutes still run, you may have a claim… but I suspect the better opportunity may come in the future when we begin to file class actions.
OMSJ is now focusing on new criminal cases to demonstrate the widespread incompetence and corruption that permeates universities and hospitals and interrupted your life. When we have a sufficient record, we plan to use our evidence in a wide case that should include you.
In the meantime, stay healthy, eat right, and stop trusting doctors who take bribes from drug companies.
I urge you to tell your story… write about it and blog on OMSJ’s website. We have a blog section for people like you to share your experiences. We can’t change the past – we can only try to change the course of our future.