Deadly Innocence: The Kimberly Bergalis Case– Solving The Greatest Murder Mystery In The History of American Medicine (E-book/PDF)
On December 17, 1990, Kimberly Bergalis, a beautiful 19 year-old college student visited her dentist for the extraction of two wisdom teeth. Four years later, she died of AIDS–the first of six alleged victims of David Acer. Was this outbreak of AIDS cases an accident as reported by government health officials? Was it negligence as argued by Kimberly’s attorney? Was it simply sexual promiscuity as portrayed by CBS’s 60 Minutes?
Deadly Innocence takes you on a horrifying journey into the political and scientific realities of the case the New York Times called “one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in the annals of American medicine.”
Your mystery skills will be challenged as you enter the critical mind of Dr. Leonard Horowitz as he unravels Acer’s murderous compulsions, and the U.S. government’s efforts to hide the truth.
Deadly Innocence reveals how and why:
- Bergalis and at least five other patients were intentionally selected and infected by Acer.
- Acer has a vendetta to express against U.S. government health agencies—he believed they were responsible for giving him AIDS.
- The authorities warned two months prior to his first murder that Acer was a potential danger but did nothing to stop him.
- The whole truth in the Acer case reveals the Clinton administration’s deadly hidden agenda for reforming America’s social welfare, criminal justice, and health care systems.
Based on exhaustive research, including brilliant work by top FBI investigators, here is the whole unbelievable truth about the case which shocked the international scientific community, rocked the American health care system, and panicked patients and professionals around the world.