June 27th, 2006

Chris Keeley

The CDC says as many as a quarter of people who have HIV are unaware they are infected, a pattern th

D.C. Estimates Up to 25,000 Residents Have HIV

By Susan Levine
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, June 27, 2006; B01

 

As many as 25,000 people in the District may have HIV, more than 4 percent of all residents, officials said yesterday in their first public estimate of the dimensions of HIV infection in the nation's capital.

"That's a huge number," stressed Marsha Martin, senior deputy director of the D.C. Administration for HIV Policy and Programs.

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Chris Keeley

invisible urine ink

Key figures
These undated prison inmate photos show Aryan Brotherhood gang leaders Tyler Davis Bingham, left, and Barry "The Baron" Mills. Prosecutors hope to dismantle the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang in a series of high-profile trials that together make up what's believed to be the biggest capital murder case in U.S. history. Both Bingham and Mills face the death penalty if convicted.

Decoding prison messages
Decoding prison messages

June 27, 2006








Chris Keeley

Reading in his cell, McGinley said, he came across a 400-year-old method of secret writing devised b

Reading in his cell, McGinley said, he came across a 400-year-old method of secret writing devised by Sir Francis Bacon. Called a "bi-literal cipher," it employed two separate alphabets.

Invisible Ink Got Deadly Gang Message Past Guards

Aryan Brotherhood trial also uncovers the use of ancient ciphers and other ruses.
By Christopher Goffard
Times Staff Writer

June 27, 2006

Deep inside a hushed fortress at the edge of the Colorado Rockies, behind razor-wire coils and reinforced steel doors, one of America's most feared inmates was being carefully watched.

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