She had an adopted kid who got Lyme Disease.
It's the same obnoxious character.
Look at this one in particular:
From: Charles P. Adams - view profile
Date: Fri, Jun 21 2002 7:20 am
Email: hillarygor...@aol.comnojunk (Charles P. Adams)
Not yet rated
Reply | Reply to Author | Forward | Print | Individual Message | Show
original | Report Abuse | Find messages by this author
>From: ChickySchmerl...@hotmail.com (Chicky)
>Date: 6/20/2002 6:20 PM Easter
Welcome to our group Chicky, I am Charles the newsgroup leader and I
say I hope you enjoy posting here. Please be careful of trolls like
Rosanne,BCLYME,Jrstrong,Sarah,Jill and a few others, they are paid
are out to scam insurance companies.
>The only thing that I know about Lyme is that this real idiot named
>Jeanine I knew from my country club rants and raves about it all the
>time and people laugh at her behind her back.
Most people who blame there mental problems on lyme are idiots like
friend. Most of the idiots who claim they have chronic lyme are just
attention like you're friend.
>I don't believe anything
neither do the doctors.
>Anyway I feel rotten and can't get my doctor to do anything to help.
>He says he thinks I have chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia.
listen to you're doctor.
>Can someone recommend a good doctor in New Jersey, northern New
>Jersey? Can someone tell me about rashes and testing.
You can visit the CDC website on lyme, they explain the disease there.
Reply Rate this post:
"Chuck" is Edward McSweegan and a disinformation specialist,
just as he discusses in his book, DELIBERATE RELEASE
Uses a remailer and is involved in an anonymous internet
disinformation campaign, just like a character in his book
By Edward McSweegan
About the Book:
Washington, D.C. and the Internet are the settings for this novel of
terror and ancient disease. After two Egyptian scientists release an
virus in Washington local doctors misdiagnose the mysterious infection.
Later they begin to suspect smallpox and terrorism. They are only half
right. Their initial suspicions are fueled by anonymous disinformation
spread through the Internet and the media. Government scientist
Adams knows the Egyptians and has been trying to track them through the
Internet. By the time he and the FBI cut through the fog of deception
find the terrorists, residents are dying and the city is in panic.
Any biological attack is, by definition, a successful attack: witness
mayhem caused by a few anthrax-contaminated letters. Unlike other
bioterror and epidemic, Deliberate Release avoids the use of
wizardry, chance mutations and wide-eyed fanatics in order to convey a
of our vulnerability to assault and infection. Instead, most of the
ingredients for this modern-day detective story of one man's efforts to
a terror plot come from the neighborhood library, the hardware store
local pharmacy. Even as we try to nail the front door shut against
attacks, Deliberate Release provides a fictional window into potential
Deliberate Release (previously titled, Tomorrow's Pox) won the grand
in the 2002 Maryland Writers Association-1st Books.Com Book Contest.
Edward McSweegan is an infectious disease expert in the Washington,
area. His writing credits include numerous non-fiction articles and
reviews. A fictional essay appeared in Science as part of the
millennial series, "Visions of the Future." A short medical mystery won
First Place in Writer's Digest genre fiction contest and was published
The Year's Best Writing 2001. Other writing awards include two First
prizes and the Grand Prize in the 2002 Maryland Writers Association-1st
Books.Com Book Contest.