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AVN Court Case Update

Today was another day in the Federal Court of Australia to hear the evidence provided by Australian Vaccination Network (AVN) incorporated. This was mainly about if the two cases were to be held separately or together.

The presented many documents and peer reviewed studies outlining the reasons as to why they want to stop the push for vaccine on children. With over 1200 pages, that’s a lot of reading for the judge.

The respondent’s lawyer outlined his reasonings as to why this case should be thrown out. Using legislations, the TGA guidelines, acts made and the constitutional law to pertain to one party only.

There is a messy fact that the guardian who is named in the children’s vaccine case, is a foster parent and the state’s acts have the power to override the guardian’s position. The child’s name will be redacted along with the guardians to protect the minor’s identity.

The respondent’s lawyer was very long winded and using other court cases, which is common to bolster his defense of mandating vaccines and the track record the TGA has in administrating medicines and so forth to the Australian public in regard to our health.

The AVN used the long- and short-term effects are unknown to bolster their case. Nobody knows these outcomes. With more documents just recently being shown from Pfizer, which shows a very long list of adverse reactions, these were still unknown how they will affect children.

The judge will make her decisions based on all evidence and statements provided by both legal teams. The court is now adjourned to the 20th of April for the children’s vaccine case.

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