A mutated bird virus that could kill millions has been built by scientists to advance medical knowledge, but should their research be published?
I watched this doco in total after posting it, just before the end it cuts back to Laurie Garrett for a conclusion and I noticed something that caught my eye in the background behind her right shoulder. I used to work many decades ago as a video cameraman for a small freelance documentary & news company, ever since I have been left with a morbid fascination with items in the background of photos and videos. Try it for yourself, look at the extreme edges of videos, particularly outdoor news conferences. People at the outer edge of a camera's field of view invariably believe they are out of shot and hence often betray their feelings through facial expressions that they would have held in check if they knew they were being filmed. Maybe it is how our brain processes images, most of us have a very narrow effective field of view. Whilst our eyes can capture a 180 deg view most choose to process only the part of the image in their most direct line of sight, and therefore project that bias back towards a camera lens not directly pointed at them.
Look at the pic below from the 02:08 mark (it is repeated at the 23:39 mark where I first picked it up)
Now look over her right shoulder at the book or brochure on the ornate side table:
As best as I can make out after cropping and enhancing the image's lighting and colour is the title "Council on Foreign Relations". Whilst I do not have the time and space to discuss the evil nature of the CFR I do find it fascinating that she would "hide" such a subliminal reference in plain view whilst being interviewed for a doco, lets face it, that is discussing the potential for 80%+ of the world's population to be killed by a modified form of bird flu.
Laurie Garrett's bio can be read here, where she proudly lists her association with the CFR.