Monday, April 27, 2009

Obama lucky to be alive after meeting Mexican archaelogist - the archaeologist died soon after their meeting

Solis died of pneumonia, Cordoba said today, and studies so far show his illness wasn’t related to the flu.

SHOOT: The archaeologist in all probability died of swine flu, which means Obama may well be infected too. Shoot doubts that the above account is correct or truthful. If Cordoba was suffering from pneumonia he would not have been healthy enough to meet the president in the first place, and if he had been, would not have seen his condition degenerate so rapidly .
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Mexican President Felipe Calderon
declared a swine flu emergency, giving him powers to order
quarantines and suspend public events, as his nation battles to
contain an outbreak that has claimed as many as 81 lives.

At least 20 deaths are confirmed in Mexico and 1,324
patients currently are hospitalized with flu-like symptoms,
Health Minister Jose Cordova said yesterday in a Mexico City
news conference. The strain is a variant of the H1N1 swine
influenza that has infected 11 people in Kansas, California and
Texas and may have sickened at least eight students in New York.

The first case was seen in Mexico on April 13. The outbreak
coincided with President Barack Obama’s trip to Mexico City on
April 16. Obama was received at Mexico’s anthropology museum in
Mexico City by Felipe Solis, a distinguished archeologist who
died the following day from symptoms similar to flu, Reforma
newspaper reported.
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