Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Military experiments

From the Telegraph (or here):

"Fears that a new superbug is taking hold in Britain emerged yesterday after a Royal Marines recruit was found to have died suddenly from an infection with no known cure.

Richard Campbell-Smith, 18, died three days after the lethal toxin, which is linked to MRSA, entered his body through a scratch in his leg."

Accident? Or biowarfare experiment gone awry? Or maybe that is what was supposed to have happened. MSRA may just be a distraction. Soldiers, as if they don't have enough to worry about, are often the guinea pigs for military experiments.