What would you think if a reputable molecular biologist claimed there is no measles virus? German scientist Dr. Stefan Lanka made such a claim and said he would award 100,000 Euros to any scientist who would successfully prove otherwise.
At first it appeared that Dr. Lanka, who has been among several scientists worldwide claiming there is no HIV Virus, was going to lose that 100,000 Euro wager. He lost in the first level of German court hearings to Dr. David Barnards.
But Dr. Lanka persisted and eventually a final decision in a higher court reversed the decision. Dr. Lanka did not have to pay the wager because those claiming were found unable to prove the existence of a Measles Virus.
The final German Federal Supreme Court (BGH) decision presided over by a panel of judges, overturned an earlier lower court claim to Dr. Lanka’s 100,000 Euro prize, was that there was not enough evidence to support the existence of a Measles virus.
Five experts called upon by the German Supreme Court concluded that none of the six scientific papers introduced as evidence for the plaintiff Dr. Barden’s assertion that he had introduced sufficient evidence of a measles virus form the scientific literature. This was confirmed independently by German laboratories.
The legal results prove that the authors of the six publications in the measles virus case were wrong, and as a direct result all measles virologists are still wrong today, mostly because the original researchers did not run control experiments. (Source)
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