This blog entry is a response to an 01/11/12 christianpost.com article by Luiza Oleszczuk titled "US Claims Immunity in 1940s STD Experiments on Guatemalan Orphans, Prostitutes," in which Oleszczuk reported that the United States government claimed sovereign immunity to a lawsuit filed by Guatemalan victims and their heirs. To refresh the reader's memory, the United States government ADMITTED in a September 2011 report (based on an investigation by the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues) that United States government researchers, from 1946 to 1948, purposely exposed without consent approximately 1,300 Guatemalans to sexually transmitted diseases, which killed at a minimum 83 of the victims. So how does a criminal organization first admit the commission of horrible crimes then deny the commission of horrible crimes? The answer is as old as aggression: throw the members of the criminal organization who committed the horrible crimes under the bus. How did the criminal organization in question, the United States government, employ this strategy in this case? The execution of this strategy was entrusted to the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues Chair Amy Gutmann, Ph.D., who, immediately upon publication of the September 2011 report, shifted blame from the United States government to the researchers by stating that the "individuals who approved, conducted, facilitated and funded these experiments are morally culpable to various degrees for these wrongs."
Strong work, Dr. Gutmann. Regime work suits you. You'll be signing off on drone assassinations within the continental United States before long.