Poling: “I think you bring up a really important point. The government, actually the Dept. of Health and Human Services, conceded that my daughter’s medical problems, which are autism encephalopathy, seizures, were brought on by vaccination.”
I am not a lawyer, but it helps to know a few good ones, especially one as knowledgeable as Jim Moody. His take on the CDC is that it is pointless to get them to admit to what they have already, in fact, “conceded” that vaccines cause autism.
Over and over again they have conceded vaccines cause autism, and they have further conceded that research on vaccine safety is inadequate. Having said that, Mr. Moody points out that it is the lies and pseudo-science that the CDC pumps out that just keeps getting louder and louder to drown out what they will quietly concede behind closed doors or in stealthy conferences.
While most of the public is unaware is something called the “Vaccine Court,” beginning in 1990 they have paid reparations for children that could prove vaccines caused their autism and the sum has totaled hundreds of millions of dollars. Some of these more recent cases have made the national news, such as the case of Hannah Polling.
In Hannah’s case, Department of Justice lawyers, in their plausible deniability double-speak, said she had a pre-existing mitochondrial disorder and how vaccines didn’t cause Hannah’s autism — the condition just “resulted” from the vaccines. Hannah’s case was to represent 5000 similar cases in an Omnibus hearing, so when it became clear the DoJ would lose, they pulled her out as being this representative case and settled out of court – gave her $500K per year for the rest of her life. Then they tossed the 5000 other cases under the bus.
It is very important to give the impression that the government has never compensated a child who developed autism from a vaccine, but that is not the case: General Order #1 – Vaccine Court (7/3/02)
“Autism cases involving Table Injuries have been compensated under the Program.” [http://www.uscfc.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/autism/Autism+General+Order1.pdf, page 7].
In 1999, a CDC epidemiologist named Verstraeten submitted an abstract to a CDC EIS conference, which showed a 7.6 relative risk for autism from exposure to mercury-containing vaccines during the first month of live compared to the unexposed group.
“This analysis suggests that high exposure to ethylmercury from thimerosal-containing vaccines in the first month of life increases the risk of subsequent development of neurologic development impairment, . . .” [http://thinktwice.com/CDC_quashed_study.pdf]
In an email to CBS journalist Attkinsson (5/5/08) she was told:
Therefore, it is imperative that there be a study done comparing vaccinated vs unvaccinated children and until such a study has been done, vaccines should not be mandated. And even beyond removing vaccine mandates, there should be a law requiring physicians to state that the vaccine schedule has never been tested for safety and has inherent risks that are unknown. That is called informed consent, and it is a human right.