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If Vaccines are So Safe, why did Congress Give them Immunity?

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http://healthwyze.org/index.php/component/content/article/200-if-vaccines-are-safe-then-why-did-congress-give-them-legal-immunity-why-are-they-above-the-law.html

 

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Accountability in the case of vaccines is legally nullified by the U.S. Government. Any American attempting to litigate against any member of the corrupt vaccine industry will have to fight against a team of attorneys from the U.S. Department of Justice, who will endeavor to ensure that the lawsuit fails. American tax dollars are paying them to ensure that justice is not served. The U.S. Department of Justice has officially advertized for these attorney positions on-line. The public posting disappeared immediately after we reported this story, but we had the forethought to keep a copy.

http://healthwyze.org/archive/doj_vaccine_attorney.html

 

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About the Office: The Civil Division, Torts Branch, is seeking an experienced attorney for a position in the Office of Vaccine Litigation. Trial attorneys in the Vaccine Litigation Group represent the interests of the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services in all cases filed in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act. The cases involve claims of injury as a result of the receipt of certain vaccines.
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I'd like to first of all point out that the first quote you cited is not from any legislature, it is a representation by an author on the website you linked which is dubious at best. 

There is a trust fund for vaccine compensation: http://www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation/index.html

"Since the first National Vaccine Injury Compensation (VICP) claims were filed in 1989, 3,278 compensation awards have been made. Over $2.5 billion in compensation awards have been paid to petitioners, and over $100.9 million have been paid to cover attorneys' fees and other legal costs.


To date, 9,620 claims have been dismissed. Of those, 4,229 claimants were paid over $55.0 million to cover attorneys’ fees and other legal costs."

You can gain compensation from a vaccine if you have demonstrably show you have been effected by it. These are extremely rare and only occur in 1 in 100,000-1,000,000, that is why the number of compensations been awarded since 1989 (24 years) is only just over 3000. 

This system you describe has been put in place to stop frauds and those who want to take advantage of it.
Millions of people each year receive vaccines, what if a person has a heart attack the day later? Does that imply the vaccine caused the heart attack? 
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more than 920,000 Americans will have a heart attack; nearly half of them will occur without prior symptoms or warning signs." which is around 105 heart attacks every single hour. 
Think about that when you answer the question above, 105 heart attacks occur every hour. How are we to know the vaccines caused the heart attack?

You'll be glad to hear all you have to show is that there is a 50% chance the vaccine caused your illness or caused your death. The government will give you the benefit of the doubt if you have show this. This obviously implies that many who receive compensation receive the compensation falsely, but it is just how the system goes to benefit those who are affected. 

There needs to be a law set in place. There would be tens of thousands of applications each year that would have to be dealt with by the pharmaceutical companies and they simply do not have the time. Tens of thousands of parents each year claim their child received autism from the vaccine yet there simply is no evidence suggesting they did. Autism always arises around the time the vaccines are administered so you can obviously see a causation correlation problem here. 





 

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Originally Posted by RyanT View Post

I'd like to first of all point out that the first quote you cited is not from any legislature, it is a representation by an author on the website you linked which is dubious at best. 

There is a trust fund for vaccine compensation: http://www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation/index.html

"Since the first National Vaccine Injury Compensation (VICP) claims were filed in 1989, 3,278 compensation awards have been made. Over $2.5 billion in compensation awards have been paid to petitioners, and over $100.9 million have been paid to cover attorneys' fees and other legal costs.


To date, 9,620 claims have been dismissed. Of those, 4,229 claimants were paid over $55.0 million to cover attorneys’ fees and other legal costs."

You can gain compensation from a vaccine if you have demonstrably show you have been effected by it. These are extremely rare and only occur in 1 in 100,000-1,000,000, that is why the number of compensations been awarded since 1989 (24 years) is only just over 3000. 

This system you describe has been put in place to stop frauds and those who want to take advantage of it.
Millions of people each year receive vaccines, what if a person has a heart attack the day later? Does that imply the vaccine caused the heart attack? 
"
more than 920,000 Americans will have a heart attack; nearly half of them will occur without prior symptoms or warning signs." which is around 105 heart attacks every single hour. 
Think about that when you answer the question above, 105 heart attacks occur every hour. How are we to know the vaccines caused the heart attack?

You'll be glad to hear all you have to show is that there is a 50% chance the vaccine caused your illness or caused your death. The government will give you the benefit of the doubt if you have show this. This obviously implies that many who receive compensation receive the compensation falsely, but it is just how the system goes to benefit those who are affected. 

There needs to be a law set in place. There would be tens of thousands of applications each year that would have to be dealt with by the pharmaceutical companies and they simply do not have the time. Tens of thousands of parents each year claim their child received autism from the vaccine yet there simply is no evidence suggesting they did. Autism always arises around the time the vaccines are administered so you can obviously see a causation correlation problem here. 





 

NO, actually going thru the compensation program is humilitating, one sided, and is a circus.  The atty's hired by the gov, make the injured party jump thru hoops for YEARS before any compensation is given.. I know families this has happened to, there's no denial about it...only denial by our own gov and drs reactions, and damage does not occur.   

And FWIW, most nonvaxing parents did not choose to NOT vaccinate because of autism...it's pretty low on our list of reasons.  It wasn't on my list of reasons at all back in the early 90's cuz no correlation was made yet, no mainstream media made a spectacle of ONE man,  and the issue was just not like it is now.  Claims in the 80's were paid quickly...not so anymore.  

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Originally Posted by RyanT View Post

I'd like to first of all point out that the first quote you cited is not from any legislature, it is a representation by an author on the website you linked which is dubious at best. 
 




 

but it's the truth...you can't deny it.

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Originally Posted by RyanT View Post

I'd like to first of all point out that the first quote you cited is not from any legislature, it is a representation by an author on the website you linked which is dubious at best. 

There is a trust fund for vaccine compensation: http://www.hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation/index.html

"Since the first National Vaccine Injury Compensation (VICP) claims were filed in 1989, 3,278 compensation awards have been made. Over $2.5 billion in compensation awards have been paid to petitioners, and over $100.9 million have been paid to cover attorneys' fees and other legal costs.


To date, 9,620 claims have been dismissed. Of those, 4,229 claimants were paid over $55.0 million to cover attorneys’ fees and other legal costs."

You can gain compensation from a vaccine if you have demonstrably show you have been effected by it. These are extremely rare and only occur in 1 in 100,000-1,000,000, that is why the number of compensations been awarded since 1989 (24 years) is only just over 3000. 

This system you describe has been put in place to stop frauds and those who want to take advantage of it.
Millions of people each year receive vaccines, what if a person has a heart attack the day later? Does that imply the vaccine caused the heart attack? 
"
more than 920,000 Americans will have a heart attack; nearly half of them will occur without prior symptoms or warning signs." which is around 105 heart attacks every single hour. 
Think about that when you answer the question above, 105 heart attacks occur every hour. How are we to know the vaccines caused the heart attack?

You'll be glad to hear all you have to show is that there is a 50% chance the vaccine caused your illness or caused your death. The government will give you the benefit of the doubt if you have show this. This obviously implies that many who receive compensation receive the compensation falsely, but it is just how the system goes to benefit those who are affected. 

There needs to be a law set in place. There would be tens of thousands of applications each year that would have to be dealt with by the pharmaceutical companies and they simply do not have the time. Tens of thousands of parents each year claim their child received autism from the vaccine yet there simply is no evidence suggesting they did. Autism always arises around the time the vaccines are administered so you can obviously see a causation correlation problem here. 





 

Yet this happens to them anyway- with other drugs. They have the "time" for that, but not to deal with real, serious injuries from mandatory vaccination of children. And heart attacks aren't a table injury, so no, it wouldn't go far if someone was vaccinated then died of a heart attack. And really, this line of logic is...ugh. If I took a new drug, and within hours/days couldn't breathe properly, broke out in a debilitating rash, or suffered brain damage, OF COURSE people would say "it could be that new drug...you could be having a reaction," But that is conveniently never a possibility with a vaccine. Nope, when it's a vaccine, it's always a coincidence. 

 

17,000 lawsuits in a year: 

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/money/industries/health/drugs/2006-08-23-drug-lawsuits-usat_x.htm

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