February 26, 2016 – Super Lice – part of the aerosol spraying program? Public Law 105—85—NOV. 18, 1997 allows for testing on humans for pharmaceutical or research activity (read more below). A new FDA-approved treatment called AirAlle, which was developed by Lice Clinics of America, has been found to be effective against the super lice.
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U.S. Law Allows Testing of Chemicals and Biological Agents on “Civilian Population”
So section (a) prohibits these cruel and inhumane chemical and biological tests on humans.
Then section (b) says that the prohibitions in section (a) do not apply to tests carried out for virtually any purpose. So section (b) completely negates the prohibitions of section (a).
In Other Words:
The U.S. government can test chemicals and biological agents on humans for nearly any purpose they desire.
The Following Should Also Be Noted
The term “biological agent” as stated above in (a)(1) is defined in (e) as follows:
In Other Words:
The U.S. government can test chemicals and biological agents on humans that cause death, biological malfunction, and deleterious alteration of the environment. The term “deleterious alteration of the environment” brings chemtrails to mind.
Read about actual human chemical testing programs currently in operation:
Read the full text of this law here. Page 287 contains the above excerpt. The Section is 1078. This is placed in the US Code (UCS) at 50 USC 1520a:
Public Law 105-85
Some argue that none of this activity can be conducted without “informed consent”, as stated in section (c), which reads: