First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In US – Confirmed


The man became infected in Liberia and then travelled to Texas, where he remains in strict isolation in hospital.

The man became infected in Liberia and then travelled to Texas, where he remains in strict isolation in hospital.

By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

The first case of ebola has been diagnosed in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed. The patient is a man who became infected in Liberia and travelled to Texas, where he was hospitalised with symptoms confirmed to be caused by the deadly virus, a CDC spokesman has told the AFP news agency. He is not a healthcare worker, the spokesman added. The Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas said earlier on Tuesday that it had placed a person in strict isolation based on their “symptoms and recent travel history”. CDC Director Doctor Thomas Frieden told a press conference US hospitals are well prepared to handle patients with ebola, and assured the public the virus should not pose the same threat in the US as it does in Africa.

“I have no doubt that we will control this importation of this case of Ebola so that it does not spread widely in this country,” he said. Dr Frieden added he doesn’t believe there is a threat to passengers who were on the same flight to the US as the patient, who didn’t display any symptoms when he left Liberia or upon entering the US. He came to the Texas to visit family and arrived on September 20.  The man sought treatment six days later and has been in hospital since the weekend.

Dr Frieden said this means he has potentially exposed a “handful” of family members and others to the virus. “It is certainly possible someone who had contact with this individual could develop Ebola in the coming weeks,” Dr Frieden said.

President Barack Obama has been briefed by the CDC about the situation.

Twelve other people in the US have been tested for ebola since July, with all of those tests coming back negative.  A handful of US medical workers who were infected in West Africa have been flown back to the US for treatment and have recovered. The virus causes a range of symptoms including fever, muscle aches, vomitting, diarrhea and bleeding. The outbreak has infected 6,574 people across five countries and killed 3,091, according to the World Health Organisation.

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Guy with bag of ‘YES’ Ballot Papers Video 2

I hope the lad has made himself known to a lawyer at least!

I hope the lad has made himself known to a lawyer at least!

By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

I always get into the habit of saving an downloading everything then backing it up to a pen drive and sending to a friend. Good practice peeps, these things get deleted quickly sometimes. The lad above done the video about the bag of Yes votes. He did a 2nd video when he was asked ‘What is on the back’ Now there was nothing on the back of my Ballot. I looked for no reason, I just remember doing it. To be REALLY SURE there are people doing way, WAY much more than I am, but together we can get to the bottom of this. Cheers, Shaun

Here is video two for all who have not seen it and thanks to the original lad who put it up. 

This was the first Video, a reminder 


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*BREAKING* First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In The US


By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed the first case of Ebola has been diagnosed in the United States.

The CDC will host a press conference at its Atlanta headquarters at 5:30 p.m., ET.

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas officials said in a statement earlier Monday that an unnamed patient was being tested for Ebola and had been placed in “strict isolation” due to the patient’s symptoms and recent travel history.

At least 3,091 people have died from Ebola since the West African outbreak was first identified in Guinea six months ago.

This story is developing. Please check back for further updates.



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Received an Email from Electoral Commission – RE: Vote Fraud






By Shaun Gibson : @ShaunyNews

Dear Mr Gibson

Thank you for your email to the Electoral Commission.

We are aware of a video clip circulating online in which an individual claims to have come into possession of ballot papers from the recent referendum on independence for Scotland.

The Electoral Commission did not administer the referendum on independence for Scotland; this was the remit of the Chief Counting Officer, Mary Pitcaithly, by virtue of her position as the Convener of the Electoral Management Board for Scotland. Local logistical arrangements were the responsibility of the relevant Counting Officer for each local counting area.

There are arrangements in place to maintain the security of ballot papers at all times in any electoral event. At the close of poll, the Presiding Officer for each polling place seals the slot of the ballot box and any polling agents (representing any of the registered campaign groups) who are present may also affix their seal to it. The ballot box and other relevant documentation from the polling station are delivered to the count centre directly and without delay; these items are not left unattended at any time and are only handled by authorised members of the Counting Officer’s staff.

Subsequently, the counting of votes is observed at all times by representatives from the registered campaign groups and independent observers; Electoral Commission representatives may also be present. On completion of the counting of votes, each Counting Officer will have arranged for the counted and rejected ballot papers to be sealed in separate packets, along with the other relevant documents from the polling stations, the postal vote processes and the count, to the Proper Officer of the local authority area in which the votes have been cast. In order to maintain a clear and transparent audit trail, each packet is labelled with a description of its contents, the date of the referendum, how long the packet is to be kept and when it is to be destroyed. Each Counting Officer records the details of the number of packets sent to the Proper Officer and obtains a receipt from the Proper Officer indicating that the parcels have been safely received.  All packets containing referendum documents are stored securely before being transferred to the Proper Officer so that no unauthorised persons can tamper with them. This is in accordance with guidance issued by the Chief Counting Officer.

Please be assured that we take any allegations of electoral fraud very seriously. However, as the Electoral Commission does not have any power to investigate allegations of electoral fraud, any such allegations must be reported to the police. We have spoken with the police who have confirmed that this matter has also been reported directly to them. A person purporting to be the individual shown in the video has contacted us today and stated that he has sent the ballot papers to the police.

I hope this addresses your concerns, but if you have any further question, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Yours sincerely,

****** *******

Referendum Officer


This guy here has handed in the ballot papers to the police:

I don’t really know what to make of this. But the lad in the van HAS given the ballot papers to the police.

So if he is real, these votes are real, then what?

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