Judge says Government Have Case to Answer on Teen Vaccine Deaths


'They need to explain why teens are dying'


Yesterday Vision News reported on the ONS figures which showed a worrying rise in deaths among 15-19 year-olds in summer 2021 compared to summer 2020, a period which coincided with the roll-out of vaccines to that age group. We asked whether the increase of 57%, amounting to 90 deaths, was a signal of deaths from serious vaccine side-effects such as myocarditis, or whether there was another explanation. There were only nine Covid deaths in the age group during the period, and there was no corresponding increase in deaths in 1-14 year-olds, adding to the concern.


These data were presented, in fuller form and alongside other evidence, at a court hearing on Friday, where the Covid19 Assembly is seeking a judicial review of the Medicine and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)’s decision to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for use in 12-17 year-olds.


The Government had attempted, repeatedly, to have the case quashed, however the judge Mr. Justice Jay, said it must continue. The current position is that the court has adjourned the matter to a further hearing to allow the Government further time to respond to the case. The court has given directions that the Government submit further response and evidence by October 11th, with the claimants having to October 15th to reply. After this the court will reconsider the matter “promptly”. The vaccination status of the teenagers who died during the period of the rollout is part of the evidence that the Government has been asked to provide.


Who are those bringing the case?

The court case, which arguably could be a turning point in the entire Scamdemic, is being brought by the Covid19 Assembly; a group that includes doctors, scientists, and lawyers who have had grave concerns about both lockdown measures and vaccine rollout. Among the advisory board is DR CLARE CRAIG, who, together with her team, is Auditing every single Covid Death. Dr Craig is a pathologist who has worked for the NHS for over 20 years, reaching consultant level in 2009, Dr Craig was the pathology lead for the cancer arm of the 100,000 Genomes Project. She has written national guidance, helped build bespoke software with NHSE and has worked on artificial intelligence for cancer diagnostics. Since the pandemic began she has written extensively on how Pathologists have been blocked and barred from the Covid debate. It is Dr Craig's work that provides much of the evidence for the current court case. Dr Craig was also one of the signatories of the "First do no harm" letter to Chris Whitty which he, and the UK government have refused to respond to in any form.


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