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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Wayne A Rohde

Keep up the great reporting Wayne we appreciate you

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Wayne A Rohde

I’m against frivolous lawsuits. But these are NOT frivolous. Where are the guts in Congress to strip the diabolical protections for Big Pharma & their “vaccines.”

As of today they have a license to maim & kill w/ impunity.

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Sep 15, 2023Liked by Wayne A Rohde

The compensation systems were either deliberately set up, or turned over time, to serve the interests of industry & to protect them. Burdening the taxpayer with the payouts & the corporations get away with the harm for the most part. It is the same with all the regulatory systems across all major industries: health, telecommunications, food/ag, chemicals, & others.

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Wayne

Wonderful if Peter Todd can bring this off - previously vaccine litigation was highly dependent on the Legal Aid Agency and its precursors the Legal Services Commission and the Legal Aid Board, in turn off-shoots of the Ministry of Justice, previously Lord Chancellor’s Department so we were forever living the fantasy in the UK that the government would be prepared to sue itself. If these cases can be self financing it will be tremendous, although government indemnities mean still that it will be the tax-payer who has to cough up.

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CICP doesn't protect pharma and others from liability for fraud or intentional harm. People can go around the administrative remedy and file suit. There's certainly plenty of proof and use of these dangerous products continues to be encouraged despite growing evidence of harm. Why should anyone pursue the farcical administrative remedy?

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