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Another Case Of Intentional HIV Infections in Poland


Wroclaw 44 | 5,387  
3 Nov 2008 /  #1
A Krakow lawyer has accused a 47-year-old man of unsafe direct transmission of the HIV virus. Spokesperson for the Krakow District Attorney, Boguslaw Marcinkowski, is searching for women who could have been infected by Wieslaw S. The spokesperson adds that the suspect contacted many women via Internet, so they are able to find the addresses of many women on his computer.

This time the guy admits guilt. He has been a carrier for 18yrs.

My thought: If this guy infected as many people as Simon Mol who infected possibly 40 women (according to news reports) and these people infected two others... By the time you get to eight generations of contact. That's over ten thousand infected men and women.

Be careful who you sleep with.
polishgirltx  
3 Nov 2008 /  #2
i was just reading about it... one of his victim was 15 years old girl...
he knew from '90 he's got HIV... it's a long time, many women...
it's insane...
McCoy 27 | 1,276  
3 Nov 2008 /  #3
can't belive that there really exist women so fuckin dumb to have sex with such a troglodite
dcb  
3 Nov 2008 /  #4
It is because HIV is something rather new in Poland.

HIV in europe

hiv

HIV in the world

HIV

Many people don't think about HIV durring sex.
time means 5 | 1,310  
3 Nov 2008 /  #5
can't belive that there really exist women so fuckin dumb to have sex with such a troglodite

they say love is blind. maybe he has a large todger? lol or plenty of money.
Krakowianka 1 | 243  
3 Nov 2008 /  #6
But with a 15yr old girl! Was she blind to not see who she was doing it with. Yuk.
polishgirltx  
3 Nov 2008 /  #7
Many people don't think about HIV durring sex.

we live in the world where you must think about it... and about using a condom for f*** sake...
dcb  
3 Nov 2008 /  #8
Few years ago there was no HIV in Poland only small group of drug addicted was risky group. It seems that now it changes ... Some people are just not conscious about new danger.

BTW you live in the world :) Look on the map.
polishgirltx  
3 Nov 2008 /  #9
Few years ago there was no HIV in Poland only small group of drug addicted were risky group. It seems that now it changes ... Some pople are just not conscious about new danger.

other STDs have been always around...

BTW you live in the world :) Look on the map.

;/ i need another irish coffee....
dcb  
3 Nov 2008 /  #10
Be careful who you sleep with.

I can't agree more ...

other STDs has been always around...

Other STDs are not so dangerous as HIV is but you are right it is time to be more careful especialy when it comes to sex after the party or something like that ...
tank - | 2  
3 Nov 2008 /  #11
Seriously, this guy should be put in front of a firing squad. In the U.S. this person could be prosecuted for manslaughter for each intentional case of HIV infection. What a piece of sh*t.
polishcanuck 7 | 462  
3 Nov 2008 /  #12
I wonder what they will charge him with. What's the penalty in Poland? Here in Canada there is a case where an african man with HIV is being charged with 1st degree murder (2 women actually died) for not disclosing his medical condition before having sex with many women.
MrBubbles 10 | 614  
4 Nov 2008 /  #13
If people didn't shag around, and waited until they got married before they had sex then there would be no AIDS epidemic
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
4 Nov 2008 /  #14
Mr Bubbles, that's a laugh. It's all about protection and being sensible. If Catholics woke up to this reality, that contraception has its plusses, then there would be a move forward.
tank - | 2  
5 Nov 2008 /  #15
If people didn't shag around, and waited until they got married before they had sex then there would be no AIDS epidemic

I think that you are partially right but this person also intentionally infected people. It wouldn't matter if the person he slept with was using some type of protection. I am sure he would have found a way around it. That guy is such a douche bag.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
5 Nov 2008 /  #16
It is because HIV is something rather new in Poland.

ten years is a long time in the world of hiv infection

see wroc's post about eight generations and think about it

mate
MrBubbles 10 | 614  
9 Nov 2008 /  #17
If Catholics woke up to this reality, that contraception has its plusses, then there would be a move forward.

Is saying no counted as a from of contraception?

That guy is such a douche bag.

Certainly. He deserves to be tried for murder or at the very least causing death by negligence
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
9 Nov 2008 /  #18
It's an absolute guarantee against HIV ;)
WSeaJim 1 | 22  
9 Nov 2008 /  #19
Speaking of which, whatever happened to the P.O.S. Simon Mol?
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
9 Nov 2008 /  #20
He died last week or 2 weeks ago
WSeaJim 1 | 22  
9 Nov 2008 /  #21
Good the P.O.S. bastard got his just rewards, and the 40 sheeple or lemmings who were also infected by believing his nonsense.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
9 Nov 2008 /  #22
True, RIA should've been written on his grave
osiol 55 | 3,922  
9 Nov 2008 /  #23
When I was young (in sunny England for those of you who don't know), I remember a warning broadcast over and over again on TV with the doom-laden voice of John Hurt and the image of an iceberg (how all that can be seen above the surface is the tip of the iceberg). "Use a candom" was the message. It got through to me, even though I was too young to even know what a condom was.

For some time, I believe this message was effective - it worried people into being cautious. I don't think it's so much on young people's radars these days. How does this compare with Poland, where there is not only the Catholic problem with using condoms, but there is also (as there is around the world) a degree of sexual promiscuity. Are there or have there ever been warnings about HIV and AIDS?
polishgirltx  
9 Nov 2008 /  #24
if the person he slept with was using some type of protection

some type? it'd be only a condom...

If Catholics woke up to this reality, that contraception has its plusses, then there would be a move forward.

hell yeah...
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
9 Nov 2008 /  #25
If Catholics woke up to this reality, that contraception has its plusses, then there would be a move forward.

During marshal law, when there was a significant increase of Catholic activities by even those who had never been baptised, one of the most sought after goods were condoms. Are condom sales that low these days?

What the church says is not what the people do. I wouldn't go as far as to blame the RC in Poland for what people in Poland "wear" during sex.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Nov 2008 /  #26
I don't know about condom sales but what I do know is that, in Tesco, they have them both in the toiletries/cosmetics area and at the checkouts. Putting them at the checkouts is hardly attempting to dissuade people from buying and ultimately using them.

I c ur point Darius and I'm glad that there aren't too many devout Catholics on the go. It's better to temper the views of the church with other sources and make a decision thereafter. If people blindly follow the church and don't use contraception, then let them bear the consequences.
OP Wroclaw 44 | 5,387  
10 Nov 2008 /  #27
[half quote=Seanus] I don't know about condom sales [half quote]

They can be bought in most places... in many flavours and colours.

People buy them openly, which would suggest that the church doesn't have a lot of influence with regard to condoms.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 Nov 2008 /  #28
Yeah, it's important to acknowledge that Wrocław, good point.

It's a pity that Fisherman's Friends (sweets/candy) discovered the 'suck 'em and see' slogan first. It would've made a great logo for Durex flavoured condoms. Still, sucking on a fisherman's friend has a funny ring to it.

Sorry, I had to lighten the thread up. Although I've never had HIV, there was a chance that I had it and it's petrifying. When u receive the all-clear, the feeling of relief is strong. I'll say no more than this.
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535  
10 Nov 2008 /  #29
using a condom for f*** sake...

This is not the solution. The solution lies within.
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
10 Nov 2008 /  #30
They can be bought in most places... in many flavours

Are these some kind of edible condoms? ;)

A true story I read in a Polish legal magazine "Prawo i Zycie" (Law and Life) sometime in the 80's.

A guy bought a bunch of condoms in a pharmacy and asked the pharmacist how they should be used. The pharmacists thought the fella was into some funny joking so she "retaliated", told him to swallow one before sex and to drink a glass of water.

The guy did exactly that, and ended up needing an emergency surgery.

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