Swine flu: lawsuit filed to halt distribution of vaccine

Friday, 9 October 2009

Given that the swine flu vaccine has not been adequately tested, Tim Turner, a health freedom lawyer, is suing Washington DC today in order to halt the vaccine's distribution in America. This issue is particularly contentious because Massachusetts aims to make vaccinations manadatory, on pain of incarceration for those that refuse.

Natural News reports:
On behalf of plaintiffs Dr. Gary Null and other licensed health care workers of New York State, the lawsuit charges that the FDA violated the law in its hasty approval of four swine flu vaccines by failing to scientifically determine neither the safety nor efficacy of the vaccines.
Listen to Tim Turner talk to Natural News about protecting yourself from swine flu and the inadequacy of the vaccine's testing:

The article continues:
"The FDA is required by law to establish that a vaccine is safe and effective before it can be given to the public," said Turner. "We are arguing that they did not establish that the vaccine was effective, and did not establish that it was safe. They are trying to get it on the market by a waiver."
The article is well worth reading - read it in full.




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Anonymous said...

you might be interested in other related H1N1 Swine Flu lawsuits


9 October 2009 at 19:50
Anonymous said...
mineraux said...

A vaccine has been developed, tested, and now FDA approved and the first doses are arriving at doctor's office and clinics to help prevent infections from the 2009 H1N1 strain of the flu.

10 October 2009 at 10:48
Anonymous said...

mineraux, I wouldn't put much faith in FDA approval.

After all, they proclaimed that mercury was safe to imbibe.


11 October 2009 at 00:20

Better yet have a regular exercise. get a trainer and you're all set up!

26 February 2011 at 16:54