CLONAID HOAX BECOMING OBVIOUS
PARIS, January 3, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com)
- International media continue to be captivated by the Raelian UFO
cult's increasingly ludicrous claims to have implanted several cult
followers with cloned embryos. One of them, baby "Eve," was
allegedly born last week and flown back into the United States,
according to Clonaid, the cult's amateur research subsidiary.
Having yesterday promised imminent DNA proof that the newborn --
whom no one outside the cult has actually seen -- is a cloned
replica of her mother, Clonaid chief executive Brigitte Boisselier
told France 2 TV and BBC's Newsnight that the tests have now been
"delayed" and may never take place(!) because the parents are
nervous about publicity.
In the latest reports, Clonaid has announced that a "second cloned
baby" will be born by the end of the week, somewhere in Europe.
"Perhaps the second child will be more accessible because it is in
Europe and the country in which he or she will be born may be less
sensitive," Boisselier said.
For BBC News coverage see:
For related coverage see:
CLONAID PROMISES DNA PROOF OF CLONED BABY WITHIN A WEEK