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Trevor CH King    

He was an executive with Imperial Tobacco Ltd, UK, and a key member of ICOSI and the later INFOTAB. He was an active organiser of workshops, etc. and worked closely with the SAWP (Social Acceptability Working Party) on infiltrating WHO operations and on counter-measures against the anti-smoking groups.


1980 Jan 28: Speaking at the ICOSI "Social Acceptability Countermeasures Workshop" in Brussels. This is a SAWP subcommittee. He is reviewing ICOSI reactions for SAWP.

1980 July 10: He is one of the organisers for a proposed meeting of NMAs and ICOSI in November with the theme "Issues Know No Frontiers"

1983 Jun 16: A Participant at the meeting of National Coordinators for the Defence of Advertisers Committee in Brussels, organised by INFOTAB with:

  • International Union of Advertisers' Associations
  • European Association of Advertising Agencies,
  • International Advertising Association,
  • European Advertising Tripartite,
  • UK Advertising Association,

1984 Oct 8 - 11: At Brussels INFOTAB/NMA Workshop This was the main global group of disinformation and scientific distortion executives, from both the major tobacco companies, and from the various national organisations. Also included lawyers and smoker's rights groups like FOREST.

1989 Feb 20: On a special list to receive the Philip Morris, European Press digest
    INFOTAB in London

1995 Jan: Tobacco International magazine. He has been writing a two-part Anti-WHO article entitled "Destruction Inc: Inside the Anti-Smoking Movement." It is an analysis of the organisation of the global anti-smoking organisations, and of the WHO's Tobacco or Health Program (TOH).
    He is still talking about "alleged links."

A recent evidence for concern comes from the 9th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, held in October in Paris. Over 1,000 delegates called upon the governments of those countries in which tobacco companies have their headquarters to help in ending the "tobacco epidemic" and for governments to implement a strategy of tobacco control.