A former clinical trial overseer for the contracting group, Ventavia Research, has filed a lawsuit under the False Claims Act. Brooke Jackson, the person who filed this lawsuit, has named Pfizer, Ventaria and ICON as the defendants.
After making a complaint to the FDA in 2020 about the problems that were uncovered during her time, she was fired hours later by Ventavia. After finding no help from any US government agency and the US government, she has gone out on her own to make a stand.
In the court documents filed, there are over 500 pages of information, emails and serious problems observed by other employees as well. There is evidence of multiple incidents at numerous sites of negligence and incorrect handling of patient information, incorrect storage of placebo and vaccines. Patient files left out on counters for anybody to see.
Adverse reactions not reported correctly or at all. Errors on informed consent forms. Vaccine administrators having no training, no medical background or certificates, and no oversight. There are also documents outlining the complete failure to properly run the sites for the trials before they received clearance from the US drug regulators.
In her lawsuit, she claims that Pfizer, ICON and Ventavia deliberately withheld information from the US that calls the safety and efficacy of the vaccine into question. They have concealed violations of clinical trial protocols and federal regulations, including falsification of clinical trial documents. Millions of Americans have received a misbranded vaccine which is not as effective as represented.
Brooke Jackson wants the court to award her damages, back pay and to reinstate her back at Ventavia in her previous role.