A former member of a South African-based mercenary group revealed during a not-so-shocking confession that he and therefore the group tried to purposely infect Black South Africans with HIV/AIDS within the 1980s and 1990s.
The claims were made known via a replacement documentary entitled Cold Case Hammarskjöld, which premiered at the Sundance festival within the US. Jones said he worked as a secret agent with the SA Institute for Maritime Research (SAIMR), which orchestrated coups and violence in Africa.
According to The Guardian, Jones claims that SAIMR leader Keith Maxwell had a “racist, apocalyptic obsession with HIV/Aids.”
Maxwell reportedly posed as a doctor while running clinics in poor, mostly Black neighborhoods within the Johannesburg area, which gave him an avenue to conduct his sinister experiments.
“What easier thanks to getting a guinea pig than [when] you reside in an apartheid system?” Jones says within the film. “Black people have gotten no rights; they have medical treatment. There’s a white ‘philanthropist’ coming in and saying, ‘You know, I’ll open up these clinics, and I’ll treat you.’ And meantime [he is] the wolf in sheep’s clothing.”
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