- It would appear that we have a "simple" case
of burglary victim coming home and catching burglars in the act. As a result
Dr. Robert M. Schwartz, age 57 was killed. ...OR, was Dr. Schwartz death
made to look like a simple burglary/murder case?
- Maybe this case is not really so simple, especially when
you add it to the case of the mysterious disappearance of Dr. Don C. Wiley,
leading Harvard Researcher who worked on AIDS, Ebola, Smallpox, and Infectious
Influenza. Dr. Wiley specialized on "infectivity" of viruses,
bacterias and mycoplasmas.
- Dr. Wiley disappeared on Nov. 28, 2001. His car was found
with full tank of gas, keys in the ignation on the Hernando De Soto Bridge
over the Mississippi River in Tenn.
- Dr. Robert M. Schwartz was a leading researcher on DNA
sequencing analysis was found dead in the secluded northern Virginia farmhouse
where he lived alone, police said.
- We're all stunned," said Anne Armstrong, president
of the Virginia Center for Innovative Technology, a nonprofit agency where
Schwartz worked. "We don't know anything. What we're assuming is maybe
he walked in on something."
- Dr. Schwartz was a founding member of the Virginia Biotechnology
Association, worked at the center for almost 15 years and had served as
executive director of research and development and university relations,
Armstrong said. He also worked on the first national online database of
DNA sequence information.
- On November 16, a cellular biologist at the Miami Medical
school was found comatose by Miami police. Police are calling Dr. Benito
Que's case a mugging. Moreover, Dr. Que showed no sign of trama to the
- All three researchers appear to have simple explanations
for their demise, disappearance, or assault. When you begin to connect
the dots, the above cases do not appear to be so simple.
- Patricia Doyle