CDC whistleblower, watch out; here come the mothers
by Jon Rappoport
August 25, 2014
I have it on good authority that over 200 mothers of autistic children are readying a class-action suit. They already have an attorney.
They will sue, at the very least, the authors of the 2004 DeStefano study that claimed there was no link between the MMR vaccine and autism.
CDC whistleblower William Thompson, who was one of the authors of that study—and then exposed it as a fraud—should take notice.
He can become a witness for these mothers, or if he goes into seclusion and refuses to make a clear, complete, and definitive public statement, he could wind up being sued.
CDC whistleblower Thompson has a lawyer, Rick Morgan.
Like any lawyer, Morgan has one and only one objective: protect his client.
This is Morgan’s current position: His client Thompson is satisfied that, with accurate…
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