Published in Blood Weekly, March 24th, 1997
The recommendation to drop charges because of insufficient evidence means former Prime Minister Laurent Fabius and two other ex-ministers almost certainly will not stand trial, and could bring an end to France's biggest-ever public health scandal.
"It's offensive and revolting. It's not just," said Joelle Bouchet, whose son was infected by the AIDS tainted blood when he was 15. He has been taking HIV fighting drugs, which complicate his hemophilia. "These ministers knew the mortal risks, but they didn't...
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