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The Covid19 Assembly are spearheading a legal case against the MHRA to challenge the temporary authorisation of Covid-19 vaccines for children aged 12 to 15.
Today, 2nd August, the first step in the legal action has begun. The letter before action has been sent to the MHRA and to Sajid Javid, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. They have been asked to reply within 14 days, a time shorter than is usual in judicial review applications given the urgency.
The text of the letter can be seen by visiting the crowd funding page here.
Since launching this campaign, the JCVI have issued a statement providing further information and stating its view that the vaccine should not be recommended to children and young people, not just up to age 15, but to age 17. We are therefore able to challenge use of the vaccine up to the age of 17, not just 15. and we are doing so.
It is important to note that particularly vulnerable children who may benefit from any treatment will be not affected by this action. It is open to the government and MHRA to revoke the authorisation for general use but to impose conditions of use so that, where the clinical assessment for an individual child is shown that they will benefit, treatment remains available.
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On behalf of many extremely concerned parents the Covid19 Assembly is taking legal action to challenge the Medicine and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)’s decision to approve the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine for use in 12-15 year olds.
The Covid19 Assembly is a UK based, non-profit organisation working to end all Coronavirus related restrictions and to prevent them happening again. We have put this case together to help a number of concerned parents determined to prevent the unnecessary injection of of children with the Covid-19 vaccines.
Our spokesperson, and a driving force of the case, is broadcaster and mother of three Bev Turner who has repeatedly urged caution in vaccinating children with these new vaccines.
We have assembled a world class group of experts doctors and scientists, including renowned Canadian pathologist Dr Roger Hodkinson MA, MB, FRCPC, FCAP, the US specialist in mRNA vaccines Dr Robert Malone MD, MS, South African-born medical doctor and research design analyst residing in the UK Dr Tess Lawrie MBBCh DFSRH PhD, British paediatrician Dr Ros Jones MD FRCPCH and many others. We now need, without delay, to fund preparations for Judicial Review of the MHRA’s decision.
We have a strong case
We have substantial evidence we are satisfied clearly establishes that there is no legal, moral or medical justification for children to receive this treatment. There can be no argument that this ‘vaccine’ is novel and comes with associated risks. It has not yet completed clinical trials to demonstrate efficacy beyond a few months and therefore there simply can be no long-term safety data.
We strongly believe that it us unethical and unnecessary for this treatment to be widely used by under 18s and there are hundreds of senior doctors and scientists who agree with us, over 60 of whom put their names to an open letter to the MHRA weeks before the authorisation.
There have now been several reports of serious and fatal outcomes in under 18s suspected to have been caused by the Pfizer vaccine in the US alone. By challenging the authorisation for use in 12-15 year-olds, our hope is to prevent any children suffering unnecessarily. If successful, we anticipate we will have saved the health and lives of many children and the heartbreak of their families.
How you can help
Whilst many of us have been working on this for months, we now need your help. Working with lawyers from Laworfiction and leading barristers, there is a tremendous amount of work to do putting everything together and to issue the legal proceedings which must be done as soon as possible.
We cannot do this alone. Those who wish to push this treatment onto our children have limitless resources and we can expect them to be used to fight this challenge. Its outcome will almost certainly be appealed and the legal costs in this case will easily run through six figures, potentially more.
Please help us by donating to support this action and share details with as many people as you can – particularly those who are likely to donate!
If you want to help please visit our crowdfunding page here.