SAN DIEGO - Federal Court Judge Larry Burns has issued an Order giving AIDS activist Boyd Ed Graves until July 27, 2007 to 'show cause' as to why his complaint should not be dismissed. At issue is Graves’ failure to ‘summon’ the United States Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales.
“When I filed the case on March 12, 2007 there was a waiver of summons form that I was unfamiliar with,” Graves said. Consequently Gonzales never received a ‘summons’ for the federal lawsuit.
However on May 12, 2007 Graves sent Attorney General Gonzales the federal lawsuit via certified mail, return receipt requested. On May 15, 2007 Attorney General Gonzales received the federal lawsuit as the return receipt reflects.
Graves will submit the proof of service by the Court’s identified deadline and will await an answer from the U.S. Attorney General.
“The Attorney General will not be able to explain why Dr. Alan Rabson, Deputy Director National Cancer Institute (NCI) has removed government documents form the archives of the NCI,” Graves said.
However to many observers familiar with Graves' case, this lawsuit will show the true conspiratorial nature of the United States to make HIV/AIDS and then rely on an abridged press and twisted judicial process to further hide the truth of the laboratory birth of HIV/AIDS, inside the formerly secret U.S. Special Virus Program (1962-1978).
Anyone who reviews the docket will see the African American Federal Judge Nathaniel Jones, had recused himself from Graves’ lawsuit on March 22, 2007 without explanation.
Dr. Boyd Ed Graves has developed a global following of his 15 years of HIV/AIDS ORIGIN research and his nine years of legal activism to compel the United States to admit the truths identified in the government documents.
“If we review the fifteen progress reports of the U.S. Special Virus program (1962 – 1978), we will solve and end HIV/AIDS. It is appalling we find all three level of government assisting the process to subrogate the U.S. Constitution. The U.S. Special Virus program PROVES, I have never had a right to life.”