User:Pc4235/Jane Burgermeister

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Jane Burgermeister calls herself a science journalist. She is known for having filed a criminal complaint with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) against the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations (UN), the United States government, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and several medical and pharmaceutical laboratories, most notably Baxter. The complaint accuses the organizations and their representatives of committing several felonies in connection with the Bioterrorism, with the attempted genocide, mass murder, the coercion of the constitutional bodies, and high treason, among other charges.[1]

Bürgermeister was born in Switzerland from an Irish mother and Austrian father.

She received a Master degree Honors from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and has written for the magazine Nature , British Medical Journal ' The Scientist , Reuters Health , and The Guardian among other publications.

She was an European correspondent for a website dealing with renewable energy, a position from which she was fired in July 2009 after filing a series of criminal charges against Baxter and WHO, accusing them of bioterrorism and the intent to commit mass murder.

In April Bürgermeister pressed charges against Baxter International for the production of an avian flu vaccine allegedly engineered to cause a global pandemic. [2] [3]

The premise for the former action was an episode in February 2009 when the Austrian subsidiary of Baxter distributed 72 kilos of material contaminated with live virus vaccines for avian influenza to sixteen laboratories, which was subsequently investigated by the Austrian police.

By 2015, Bürgermeister's journalistic and litigious endeavours had become increasingly outlandish, to the point of being confined to a series of libellous blogs, the contents of which betray her deteriorating mental health.


  1. ^ Minton, Barbara (June 25, 2009). [ [%5b%5bWikipedia:Fringe theories#Independent sources|Unreliable fringe source?%5d%5d] "Journalist Files Charges against WHO and UN for Bioterrorism and Intent to Commit Mass Murder"] Check |url= value (help). Retrieved November 12, 2009. 
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