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[casi] Re: Re Update of Continued H20Borne disease impact

Dear Tom & List,

Good to have contact with you, yet again. Although very kind of you to give
me special mention, I haven't really done very much. I do lack specialist
knowledge. If, however, required, I am happy to help out with researching
information on the net, if that's of any use. Please let me know if there is
anything I might be able to do, in the way of 'archeology'.

May I ask you, Tom, about your personal history, even though that may be
somewhat off-topic? You have, earlier, said you were a Hungarian refugee.
Did you leave Hungary in 1956, during the Hungarian
uprising? Were you, possibly, related to  Hungarian leader, Imre Nagy,
executed by the Soviets in 1958?
But please only answer these questions if you feel comfortable in so doing.

Greetings,   Bert.

>From: " Tom Nagy, Ph.D." <>
>Subject: Re Update of Continued H20Borne disease impact
>Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 19:44:40 -0400
>Dear Colleagues particularly Bert, Attila,  et al.,
>  Thank you for your leads and suggestions re  the urgent need to update
>splendid pre invasion estimates of civilian deaths with  an   report of the
>magnitude of the ongoing, passive but fully lethal  bioterrorism by water
>Iraq by  the US.
>      I feel this is a case of Rwanda redux in which the heroic pleas by
>Dellaire for light personnel carriers needed to prevent the genocide was
>till the genocide burned itself out. In the same manner,  making the
>of safe water even to infants is such a low priority (e.g., Betchtel bought
>of chlorine from its enormous grant from USIA  from a Smyna, Georgia firm
>the chlorine was still in Turkey the last I was able to track it through
>business news wires). My greatest fear is that the infrastructure will
>arrive as
>did the light personnel carriers -- after the epidemics burn themselves out
>unless we can document and publicize and thereby shame the U.S. gov. into
>the legal, sane, humane thing.
>    I hope to post the surveillance data I have been able to dig up so far
>the weekend and request that if people know of addition reliable
>data, they also post it (or at least its source).
>more later,

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