Spanish serial killer doctor gets only 20 years 
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 Spanish serial killer doctor gets only 20 years

Serial Killer will get only 20 years
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Absolute miscarriage of Justice.
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Dr. Juan Maeso, an anesthesia specialist in Spain, injected over 275
people with the Hepatitis C virus between 1988 and 1997. Four of those
people have died. He was sentenced to 1,993 years in jail, but under
Spanish law, the most he can serve is 20 years. Unbelievable.

For those who can read spanish, more background here
http://www.***.com/ ,20050920,1491,1.html

The hospital insurance company started an investigation after noticing
the explosion of Hep C cases. He denied the charges, but his testimony
conflicted (at one point in the trial, he claimed he didn't know if he
had the virus, then was forced to recant). The strain of Hep C he had
was also identical to his victims. It's also unbelievable that its
taken seven years to get a conviction.

According to epidemic.org:

Hepatitis C is an RNA virus - which means that it mutates frequently.
Once an infection has begun, hepatitis C creates different genetic
variations of itself within the body of the host. The mutated forms
are frequently different enough from their ancestors that the immune
system cannot recognize them. Thus, even if the immune system begins
to succeed against one variation, the mutant strains quickly take over
and become new, pre{*filter*} strains. As a result, the development of
antibodies against HCV [Hep C virus] does not produce an immunity
against the disease like it does with most other viruses. More than
80% of the individuals infected with HCV will progress to a chronic
form of the disease.

As a result of this, hepatitis C is usually not self-limited as a
disease. In more than 85% of all cases, whether they progress to
chronic liver disease or not, the infected individual carries the
virus for life. This means that they also remain contagious for a
lifetime, able to transmit the virus to others. And because of the
long progression of the illness, even patients who will eventually die
as a result of hepatitis C carry the virus for decades before it takes
their lives. Most epidemics are self-limiting - they spread rapidly,
but over a short period of time the affected population either dies or
develops an immunity to the disease, and it stops spreading. Not so
with hepatitis C. Much like HIV and AIDS, it lasts a lifetime, and
kills slowly - giving the virus plenty of time to spread.



Sun, 01 Nov 2009 03:47:40 GMT
 Spanish serial killer doctor gets only 20 years
European sentencing laws are weird.

In some European countries you can be sentenced to 3 years for your second
DUI, and 10 years for 1st degree {*filter*}.

Very strange.



Sun, 01 Nov 2009 05:49:18 GMT
 Spanish serial killer doctor gets only 20 years

Quote:
> Serial Killer will get only 20 years http://www.***.com/

> Absolute miscarriage of Justice. http://www.***.com/

> Dr. Juan Maeso, an anesthesia specialist in Spain, injected over 275
> people with the Hepatitis C virus between 1988 and 1997. Four of those
> people have died. He was sentenced to 1,993 years in jail, but under
> Spanish law, the most he can serve is 20 years. Unbelievable.

> For those who can read spanish, more background here http://www.***.com/ ,20050920,1491,1.html

> The hospital insurance company started an investigation after noticing
> the explosion of Hep C cases. He denied the charges, but his testimony
> conflicted (at one point in the trial, he claimed he didn't know if he
> had the virus, then was forced to recant). The strain of Hep C he had
> was also identical to his victims. It's also unbelievable that its
> taken seven years to get a conviction.

> According to epidemic.org:

> Hepatitis C is an RNA virus - which means that it mutates frequently.
> Once an infection has begun, hepatitis C creates different genetic
> variations of itself within the body of the host. The mutated forms
> are frequently different enough from their ancestors that the immune
> system cannot recognize them. Thus, even if the immune system begins
> to succeed against one variation, the mutant strains quickly take over
> and become new, pre{*filter*} strains. As a result, the development of
> antibodies against HCV [Hep C virus] does not produce an immunity
> against the disease like it does with most other viruses. More than
> 80% of the individuals infected with HCV will progress to a chronic
> form of the disease.

> As a result of this, hepatitis C is usually not self-limited as a
> disease. In more than 85% of all cases, whether they progress to
> chronic liver disease or not, the infected individual carries the
> virus for life. This means that they also remain contagious for a
> lifetime, able to transmit the virus to others. And because of the
> long progression of the illness, even patients who will eventually die
> as a result of hepatitis C carry the virus for decades before it takes
> their lives. Most epidemics are self-limiting - they spread rapidly,
> but over a short period of time the affected population either dies or
> develops an immunity to the disease, and it stops spreading. Not so
> with hepatitis C. Much likeHIVand AIDS, it lasts a lifetime, and
> kills slowly - giving the virus plenty of time to spread.

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Mon, 02 Nov 2009 02:46:19 GMT
 
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