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4 Sep, 2009 18:58

“World leaders can catch swine flu at summits in US”

At least 625 people were reported to have died from swine flu in the last week, bringing the total number of deaths from the virus to nearly 3,000.

And with two major international conferences scheduled in the US in the near future, many think that it could be the perfect time and place for the swine flu to hit again.

“If they are taking some precautions, they are certainly not advertising them,” investigative journalist Wayne Madsen told RT. “We’ve got almost 200 leaders gathering in New York for the UN General Assembly on September 23 and later that week at least 20 of them will be going to Pittsburgh for the G20 summit. So if they don’t get the flu in New York, there’s a good chance that they’ll get it in Pittsburgh.”