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Reilings's foundation active in supporting certain project 

- Holocaust education, Boston University, film festivial about concentration camps and persecution of JW in WWII,

- Blood Patient Management aka Prof Axel Hofmann

- symphony concert titel title "discover new world", with high rank guest like German conusl Gneral Dr. Ralf Horlemann and his lovely wife.




The Reibling money is what goes into the research and promotion of PBM.

Here is one medical study that has been supported by the Reiblings:

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*note all the JWs listed as authors on that study


In 2005/6 (2007 return), the Reiblings gave $26,000 to the Blood Conversation Support Foundationand then again, the following year, they gave the same foundation $148,000 for a total of $174,000.

What/who is The Blood Conservation Support Foundation?

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To educate medical professionals, medical Institutions, medical service payers, and the general public, Including those in developing countries, with conservation and avoidance techniques for the use of blood in medicine.
Barak K. Baker, President

And...who is Barak. K. Baker? The president of this blood conservation foundation?

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Leroy Dale Baker was the founding incorporator of the Wyoming Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Dale Baker's son and business partner, Barak Kerns Baker, aka "Barry" Baker is/was a member of the Cascade Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Leroy Dale Baker made his millions as the founder of Grand Rapids' "Dale Baker Automotive Group". A subsidiary, Circuit Leasing, Inc., once leased automobiles to the WatchTower Society for its 500 or more traveling "Overseers" assigned throughout the United States -- until Baker eventually sold out his auto business operations.

Barak K. Baker was the Manager of Circuit Leasing, Inc. (Thereafter, the WatchTower Society cut out the middleman and formed its own "Circuit Vehicles" auto leasing subsidiary, which allows this subsidiary company to purchase vehicles directly from auto manufacturers and lease such back to the main corporation.) "Barry" Baker is currently President of the BLOOD CONSERVATION SUPPORT FOUNDATION, whose large expenditures over the years seems to indicate a significant asset for the WatchTower Society's anti-blood transfusion agenda.

L. Dale Baker is also a founding Trustee of JAH-JIREH HOMES OF AMERICA, which is a Jehovah's Witness owned, operated, and occupied retirement community located near Allentown, Pennsylvania. Dale Baker is also the father-in-law of Judah B. Schroeder, who is a former WatchTower Society Attorney and the son of deceased WatchTower Governing Body member, Albert D. Schroeder.

Baker's blood conservation foundation 

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This organization has not appeared on the IRS Business Master File in a number of months. It may have merged with another organization or ceased operations.
This organization's exempt status was automatically revoked by the IRS for failure to file a Form 990, 990-EZ, 990-N, or 990-PF for 3 consecutive years. Further investigation and due diligence are warranted.

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