Deadly E. coli Was Engineered? (Video)
2011-06-20 0:00

From: YouTube.com/RT


"The deadly E.coli outbreak in Germany has claimed nearly 40 lives and has already been named the world’s largest. The World Health Organization says the infection is spreading to European countries,Canada and even to the US. But unfortunately the source of the outbreak may be a scientist. We are still trying to figure out the evolution of that deadly strain, but the uncertainty has lead to a lot of questions. Mike Adams, health ranger and editor in chief of naturalnews.com, explains.


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