Call me skeptical, but I don't believe that this young woman committed suicide by cyanide. I just do not believe it.
A University of South Florida molecular biologist died Monday night in an apparent suicide by cyanide at a Temple Terrace hotel, police said.
Something is quite fishy especially considering that Dr. Chitra Chauhan earned her doctorate from the Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology in New Delhi, India, in 2005, then studied mosquitoes and disease transmission at the University of Notre Dame. Dr. Chauhan also collaborated on the 2009 research paper piggyBac is an effective tool for functional analysis of the Plasmodium falciparum genome. Based on the current Notre Dame page, Dr. Chauhan was working on microarray studies of dengue infections.
In the last few years, numerous microbiologists have died under strange and mysterious circumstances and I sense a connection to this latest suicide. The powers-that-be will eventually go for broke at some point in near future with a man-made pandemic that will allow the centralized governments to take full control of the respective countries through martial law and mandatory vaccinations. If there was a "fake" pandemic, a trained and experienced microbiologist is someone who could potentially verify the origin of said pandemic.
It is well-known that there has been a recent outbreak of dengue fever in the Caribbean. It is also documented that genetically modified mosquitoes have been used in Malaysia and the Cayman Islands to fight dengue fever. University of Arizona scientists have even created so-called "malaria-proof" mosquitoes.
If the technology exists to genetically modify mosquitoes to fight disease, the technology also exists to genetically modify mosquitoes to spread disease. Alleged eugenicist Bill Gates has stated that he has no problem killing nearly a billion people through various medical procedures and practices, and Mr. Gates has also released mosquitoes in a public forum to prove his point about allegedly fighting malaria in developing countries (click the picture below to watch the YouTube video of this event).
Source: St. Petersburg Times