Laurence Altshuler, MD discusses the possibility of “shooting” someone with AIDS-tainted blood.
Suge Knight’s claims of injecting a person with AIDS have been evaluated by Laurence Altshuler, MD.
While appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2003, Knight discussed how a person could be injected with AIDS, how crazy is that?
“They got this new thing out,” Knight said at the time. “They get blood from somebody with AIDS and then they shoot you with it. That’s a slow death. An Eazy-E thing.”
Eazy-E died due to complication from AIDS in 1995.
Dr. Altshuler says the scenario Knight describes is possible.
“If somebody wanted to give somebody AIDS and they’re sharing needles, that would be the way to do it,” Dr. Altshuler, the Director of Oncology Intake at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), says, “They would use the needle on themselves. As long as they have active HIV virus in them and it’s in the needle. It can be transmitted to somebody else.”
But just because someone attempted to purposely give someone else HIV, which can develop into AIDS, doesn’t mean that it would be successful.
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