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Tom Keske

I (Tom Keske) am a telecommunications software engineer, most recently as principal staff engineer for a Fortune 500 company. I have worked in this field for 33 years.

I have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, with honors, from Case Western Reserve University, `74.

I am originally from Chardon, Ohio. I lived for 5 years the Washington, D.C. suburbs, as a federal employee (statistician/computer programmer), before moving to Boston in 1979.

I am age 55, with a lifetime partner of 35 years, Daniel (married in the state of Massachusetts).

I have worked as a gay/AIDS activist throughout my adult life. I engaged in a fast, toward passage of the Massachusetts gay civil rights bill, in 1989. I participated in group civil disobedience actions at the U.S. Supreme Court, following Bowers vs Hardwick, and in Raleigh, North Carolina, to protest the homophobic policies of then-Senator Jesse Helms. I also engaged in civil disobedience over the Bowers vs Hardwick decision, in Atlanta, Georgia, Raleigh, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C.

For hobbies, I enjoy swimming, hiking, bicycling, chess, and the 4000 year-old Chinese/Japanese game of "Go". I enjoy travel, and have visited thus far in 20 countries.


  1. Evidence for State-Sponsored Terror
  2. Can It Be Proven?
  3. Was Vaccine Contamination Accidental?
  4. Luring in the Trusting Victims?
  5. Debating the Results
  6. Why Do More People Not Listen?
  7. Was There Enough Technological Sophistication?
  8. Could Our National Leaders Be That Hateful?
  9. Would Our Government Have Risked the Collateral Damage?
  10. Could Something So Enormous Be Covered Up?
  11. Conclusion
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