LAWSUIT FILED TO HALT DISTRIBUTION OF SWINE FLU VACCINE

Dy’er Sez: This suit is based on the FACT that I’ve been going on about for months – the swine flu vaccine has not been tested for safety at all. This is not a ‘conspiracy theory’, it’s a stated fact.

I doubt that we’ll see a ‘win’ from this legal action – the FDA and vaccine makers will spend a LOT of money to keep them from having HUGE lawsuits against them later – but hopefully we’ll see some TV news coverage about this.

Nah…I’m probably asking too much.

Story from Natural News:

Urgent lawsuit filed against FDA to halt swine flu vaccines; claims FDA violated federal law Friday, October 09, 2009 by: Mike Adams

NaturalNews) Health freedom attorney Jim Turner is filing a lawsuit in Washington D.C. mid-day Friday in an urgent effort to halt the distribution of the swine flu vaccine in America. 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.

“The suit will seek an injunction against the FDA from approving the vaccine,” attorney Jim Turner told NaturalNews on Thursday evening’s Natural News Talk Hour show. “And the core of the argument is that they have not done the proper safety and efficacy tests on the vaccine to allow it to be release at this time.”

The suit seeks to not only nullify the FDA’s unlawful “approval” of the four H1N1 influenza vaccines, but to also ask the court to issue an injunction that would halt any mandatory vaccination requirements.

“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.”

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