DMED Interview Released Seven Months Later
The Wars of the DoD
"...This is the greatest fraud in the history of the world. And the greatest treason, perhaps." -Mathew Crawford
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On June 3 2022 I was interviewed about the results of my DMED analysis by one of the three military health database whistleblowers, Sam Sigoloff.
It wasn't a perfect interview, but it was a revealing one. There are a lot of cuts, and it's been long enough that I don't know if anything was lost or changed in primary meaning (but it seems fine). I do know, however, that we discussed the DMED analysis as I presented it and as potentially the greatest fraud in the history of the world, and the greatest treason.
Nobody heard that for seven months.
The DMED analysis was a project for four full time data analysts. But there was just me and two people who each did a few hours of work to help. It was extremely challenging to get the work done while getting two hours of sleep per night from early February to late May. I all but begged for help while telling everyone I could this seems like the largest issue of the pandemic. I'm surprised that some people like Steve Kirsch disagree with me about the high level importance (well, he seems to now, but I didn't get that impression from him eight, nine, ten, eleven months ago).
The interview was released last week, a bit over seven months later. During that time, the old DMED system was removed, and the Died Suddenly documentary came out. No FOIAs were filed by any lawyers to get to the bottom of the DMED manipulations, so far as I know, though several told me that they would.
Five weeks after the interview, I messaged Sam to see when it would be released. He said it wasn't out because he was suffering health problems. That's understandable. But I'm glad he was able to get several other interviews published that month and for each month since.
About ten days before release, Sam apologized for taking so long, citing technical issues. That's understandable. But I'm glad he was able to get several other interviews out each month since.
Steve Kirsch tells me that there is nobody suppressing me and this story. People around him keep telling me otherwise, and specific events consistent with the suppression of this story (unreleased/canceled/delayed interviews…misleading documentaries…the consistent use by numerous people of known-false DMED data…personal harassment and threats) just keep piling up.
My worry is not even simply that there are people who don't want this story told—it's that there are two sides in a misunderstood war, and that neither side wants this story told. Each side has something to hide, and for different reasons.