Vaccine Damage Undeniable: More Million Dollar Payouts to Vaccine-Damaged Children!
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As far back as 2008, the US Court of Federal Claims quietly admitted that vaccines, particularly those containing mercury-based preservative Thimerosal, caused autism. Vaccine damage is undeniable. On Jan 28, 2013, David Kirby of the Huffington Post broke yet another story of $10 Million dollar payouts in two separate cases of children irreversibly brain-damaged by vaccines.
The US Vaccine Injury Compensation Program grudgingly agreed to these recent awards, but not after engaging in all manner of denial of clear-cut facts and evidence of vaccine damage and the creation of years of hardship for families as the cases trudged through the courts.
In the first case, involving a 10-year-old California boy named Ryan Mojabi, the parents proved that all the recommended vaccinations received from 2003-2005, and specifically, measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccines caused a severe and debilitating injury to Ryan’s brain, diagnosed as Autism Spectrum Disorder (‘ASD’).
At only 15 months of age, in 2003, little Emily Moller was severely injured by the DtaP vaccine. The MMR, HiB and Prevnar vaccine were also given at this time. Emily’s mother fought for justice for 10 years with mountains of evidence of Emily’s seizure disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Health records of both children read like a novel about medieval tortures with long fits of screaming, relentless pain, rashes and fevers, just for starters. Both children were reportedly very bright and considered more advanced for their age prior to vaccination.
These are not the first cases to win large awards, but what continues to be disturbing in both Canada and USA is the refusal by the governments to acknowledge and act on the obvious fact that since vaccines have been forced onto children, we have seen epidemics of autism and brain damage that seem to be linked to nothing but the vaccination programs in both countries – the vaccine damage is irrefutable. There is just as strong evidence that even though her children may not be vaccinated, if mom had been vaccinated with ‘stealth vaccines’ designed to affect generations, they too may well suffer serious health problems.
Perhaps more telling in Kirby’s report is that these cases were kept very quiet; records were sealed that might help warn many more families against vaccinating their children. In fact Kirby reported that in Emily’s case once the Judge became convinced Emily would win, the Judge was angry and felt forced into a corner saying : “Emily has autism, and I don’t want to give other families who filed autism claims any hope.”
Over $2.3 Billion has been quietly paid out in vaccine-related damages between 1989-2013 in the US alone. Many more cases were dismissed, thus those families were left to deal with the fall-out of vaccine programs the governments of both countries still embrace despite the carnage.
According to the site Autism Speaks Canada “Autism statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identify around 1 in 88 children as diagnosed with autism (Mar 2012) – a ten-fold increase in prevalence in 40 years…” The site adds: “The 2012 numbers reflect a 78% increase in reported prevalence in the last 6 years and Autism prevalence figures are growing.” So is the use of vaccines and proliferation of vaccine damage.
How should we set about changing the government’s policy of forcing vaccines on it’s unsuspecting citizens at the behest of drug companies who deny and blame to avoid being responsible for autism and other vaccine damage?
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