Police open criminal probe into U.K. vaccine rollout after medical dissenter's legal challenge
"You do not experiment on humans, and consent must be freely given without coercion and include a discussion about alternative treatments … and an individual's material risk of developing covid-19 or actually coming to harm from it." said English Dr. Sam White.
English medical dissenter Sam White and his legal team on Monday presented what they claim is "significant and irrefutable evidence" of COVID-19 vaccine safety issues to London's Metropolitan Police — and a criminal investigation has now been launched.
Lawyers acting on behalf of Dr. White in his ongoing legal challenge to the British government and the National Health Service demanded the vaccine rollout be stopped immediately.
"A number of government departments and in particular individuals in public office and government have been named as offenders and we have supporting evidence," attorneys with PJH Law announced.
One of the issues White's legal team reported to the police is the government mandate that all NHS staff must be fully vaccinated by April 1. White calls this "blackmail" to force his colleagues "to take the vaccine or lose their jobs."
White reached notoriety back in February when he was suspended by the NHS for posting a video on Twitter which was very critical of NHS reliance on the not-fully-tested vaccines instead of using effective therapeutics such as ivermectin.
The video went viral, attracting over a million views, even though Twitter took it down after just three days — but it also led to White getting suspended from the NHS. A successful Crowdfunder campaign enabled him to successfully appeal that decision.
On Dec. 3, the U.K. High Court revoked White's suspension and interim gag order and found that the General Medical Council had breached his human rights.
Just two weeks later, on Dec. 17, White and his legal team applied for undertakings from the U.K.'s Medical and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to withdraw the COVID vaccines within seven days. If they don't comply, PJH Law intends to apply for a "High Court injunction without further notice" to force them to do so, White's lawyers announced.
The MHRA is a British Government agency that regulates medicines, medical devices, and blood components to ensure their safety and effectiveness. White believes it has failed miserably regarding the COVID vaccines.
"These injections are unsafe, still in clinical trial, and should be withdrawn immediately," attorney Philip Hyland wrote on behalf of White and two others to the chair of the MHRA in a summary of evidence prepared for an injunction application.
"Your failure to investigate known concerns amounts to gross negligence in office," Hyland continued, "and renders you and the executive board liable for serious misconduct in office, mal or misfeasance in public office and, or, rendering all the office holders potentially liable for corporate manslaughter in that you have been wilfully blind to the known harms of the SARS-CoV-2 injections. You have taken no action. You have a lawful duty to protect the public, and you have wilfully [sic] failed in that duty."
The full evidentiary summary can be read here.
The document criticizes the U.K.'s Coronavirus Act 2020, which eased the rules on certifying death certificates, meaning the doctors who sign them may have had only limited knowledge of the deceased, as previously reported in Just the News in May 2021. Under these new rules, in some cases death certificates have been signed by doctors who did not even treat the patient. The law states: "In an emergency period, any doctor can complete the medical certificate of cause of death (MCCD), when it is impractical for the attending doctor to do so." This raises questions about the validity of official COVID fatality numbers.
Also, the increases in cremations over burials has meant post-mortems have further decreased. White's lawyers quote British undertaker John O'Looney, who has written to the chief coroner requesting that full inquests and post-mortems be resumed as he has "observed an increased number of deaths amongst young, previously fit and healthy, young men."
White is particularly incensed that the ingredients used in the injections have never been published, which means patients have not been able to give informed consent. Interviewed recently, he cited the doctor's Hippocratic Oath, which includes doing no harm and not administering toxins.
"You do not experiment on humans," White said," and consent must be freely given without coercion and include a discussion about alternative treatments such as nutraceuticals, therapeutics, and an individual's material risk of developing covid-19 or actually coming to harm from it."
British public health authorities stand by the safety and efficacy of the vaccines. “The COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the UK have met strict standards of safety, quality and effectiveness," the NHS states on its website. "They can cause some side effects, but not everyone gets them. Any side effects are usually mild and should not last longer than a week, such as a sore arm from the injection, feeling tired, a headache, feeling achy, feeling or being sick. More serious side effects, such as allergic reactions or blood clotting, are very rare."
Great Britain has so far escaped many of the stringent lockdown-of-the-unvaccinated measures enforced in other European nations. However, nursing home workers in England were ordered to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 11, 2021 — unless medically exempt — or lose their jobs. And, on Nov. 30, Prime Minister Boris Johnson reintroduced the mandatory wearing of face masks in shops and other public places..
White feels wearing a mask poses its own health risks. "Non grade clinical masks, especially in a non-clinical setting do absolutely nothing to protect anyone," he argued. "In fact, there is a plentiful supply of scientific evidence to show they cause significant harm. For me, this is especially a concern for children, their neurodevelopment and neuroplasticity."
In a BBC interview, infectious disease expert Keith Neal, defended the use of masks, rebutting the claim they cause oxygen deprivation. "Thin paper or cloth masks will not lead to hypoxia," he said. "Surgeons operate for hours wearing them. They don't get these problems"
White disagrees. "In a hospital setting, a mask is used in a well-ventilated theatre to prevent mucus secretions entering into an open wound or body cavity," he explained. "The surgeon is generally not moving, unlike someone working a 12-hour shift rushing around a warehouse where the mask quickly becomes contaminated with bacteria, virus, and germs. It is cruel to subject workers to what is an unsafe medical intervention. What is more, Covid is an aerosolized virus not spread by mucus. It's like using a chain link fence to keep sand out."