Dr Sam White and two medical students, Andrew Doyle and Debbie Webb, are bringing court proceedings against the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MRHA) for their authorisation of the Covid mRNA injections and the MHRA has until 24 December to respond to their requests. If it doesn’t, Sam, Andrew and Debbie will seek a high court injunction.
The document makes for instructive reading, providing all the key facts about an unjustified and harmful rollout of an experimental treatment to an entire population.
Here’s the summary:
I am instructed by the following claimants: Dr Sam White, Andrew Doyle and Debbie Webb in connection with your organisation’s role in authorising the SARS-CoV-2 injections in the United Kingdom. These injections are unsafe, still in clinical trial, and should be withdrawn immediately. Your failure to investigate known concerns amounts to gross negligence in office, and renders you and the executive board liable for serious misconduct in office, mal or misfeasance in public office and, or, rendering all the office holders potentially liable for corporate manslaughter in that you have been wilfully blind to the known harms of the SARS-CoV-2 injections. You have taken no action. You have a lawful duty to protect the public, and you have wilfully failed in that duty.
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My only hope is that the system isn’t as corrupt as I believe it to be, all organisations are now infiltrated by those who are working for the 1%.
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